Samsung’s much-anticipated Galaxy Unpacked Event is just around the corner, and the tech world is abuzz with leaks and rumors. The latest leak to hit the internet is a set of high-quality renders of the upcoming Galaxy Watch 6 series, which are expected to be unveiled alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 foldable smartphones.
The leak, courtesy of renowned tipster SnoopyTech and reported by Android Authority, gives us a detailed look at the Galaxy Watch 6 and the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic. Both models have surfaced online, revealing some exciting features and design elements.
The Galaxy Watch 6 will be available in 40mm and 44mm variants, both featuring compact designs with thinner, uniform bezels. The front display and the back glass are expected to have Sapphire crystal protection. The right side of the mid-frame will house the usual back button and the home button. The watch will be available with a pin-buckle silicon strap in crème and a light blue color option. The new Samsung smartwatch is expected to be water-resistant up to 5ATM and will come with GPS support. There will be a Wi-Fi-only variant and a Wi-Fi+LTE variant.
The Galaxy Watch 6 Classic, on the other hand, will be available in 43mm and 47mm variants. The Classic Edition is set to bring back the much-requested rotating crown and will also sport slimmer symmetrical bezels. Like the Galaxy Watch 6, the Classic will also feature Sapphire Crystal protection on both the display and back, along with water resistance up to 5ATM. It will support GPS, Wi-Fi, and LTE, and will be available with a stitched pin-buckle silicon strap in black.
Both watches are expected to come packed with a plethora of fitness and wellness features, including the ability to record irregular heartbeats. They will also come with several software enhancements and battery improvements, thanks to WearOS 4. In terms of the processor, the Samsung Exynos W930 chipset is expected.
With the official launch event just around the corner, these leaks have certainly heightened the anticipation for Samsung’s new smartwatch lineup. Stay tuned for more updates as they come.