Wearables

Here’s your very first look at Samsung’s stunning Galaxy Watch Active 4

Samsung is rumored to launch its new wearable lineup at the next Galaxy Unpacked in near future. Meanwhile, a well-known tipster leaked the high-resolution renders of the upcoming Galaxy Watch Active 4.

Thanks to Steve H.McFly (via GizNext), we now have the high-quality renders of the upcoming Galaxy Watch Active 4 in 5G resolution. According to the rendering, this device will be available in four different colors – Black, Silver, Green, and Gold.

Galaxy Watch Active 4 Design

If we go with the latest CAD rendering, the Galaxy Watch Active 4 comes with a brand new design compared to its predecessor. For example, it features a new design for the frame along with new band fasteners and a circular dial.

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Furthermore, the buttons of the Galaxy Watch Active 4 highlight a different shape, meanwhile, the rubber strap fits the full space. Moreover, the frame of this new Galaxy Watch will be made of aluminum and will available in two different sizes – 40mm and 44mm.

Galaxy Watch Active 4 vs Galaxy Watch Active 2

  • The frame of Galaxy Watch Active 4 has a different design, especially the band fasteners
  • Buttons have a different shape.
  • Rubber Strap fits the full space.

When it comes to feature, the Galaxy Watch Active 4 runs the new Google Wear OS, which will also borrow some functionalities from Samsung’s Tizen OS. Wear OS offers better third-party apps support, flexible features for developers, and more.

In terms of internals, the Galaxy Watch Active 4 will be powered by a new 5nm process, while its display will have slimmer bezels along with a flat 2D glass protection. According to the same source, Samsung could launch it at the upcoming MWC online event on June 28th, 2021.

  • Expected Price – INR 30,000
  • Expected Launch Date – June 28, 2021.
  • Operating System – Wear OS [Samsung + Google]

Galaxy Watch Active 4 [Video]

James Lee Taylor
James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Samsung Galaxy S4 and continue to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.

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