Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic with physical rotating dial surfaces in renders

Earlier this week, Samsung unveiled their new One UI Watch interface, showcasing a seamless experience, performance enhancements and more. Now, images of one of the upcoming Galaxy smartwatches, called the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, that is running this new One UI interface has leaked.

After many years, Samsung is bringing back the “Classic” title for their smartwatch, and it looks like they have decided to retain the physical rotating dial for this generation. Along with the rotating dial, there are two buttons on the right side, which should be useful in navigating the OS.

It will come in three sizes this time – a 42mm, a 44mm and a 46mm, and it will come in three colours – a white colour, a gray and a black colour and silver and a black colour. The watch appears to be compatible traditional 20mm watch bands, and in the box, Samsung will include both a S/M and a M/L band option.

The display is rumoured to be protected by Gorilla Glass DX or DX+, depending on whether it is the stainless steel or aluminium models respectively. Other specs include a 5ATM certification and MIL-STD-810G standard.

Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic and the Galaxy Watch 4 Active during an August event, although the exact date itself is unclear.