We’re expecting Samsung to announce its next series of devices in the coming weeks, but thanks to a series of leaks and rumors, there’s not much to be surprised about. Yesterday, we saw the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic make an appearance alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 3 in a Samsung YouTube video. This morning, both the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic have appeared in listings on Amazon Canada (via _SnoopyTech_).
The listings give us a final glimpse at what will be announced later this year, presumably sometime next month. Starting with the Watch 4 Classic, this is the listing for the Black Stainless Steel version. There aren’t any promotional images on the page, but it does reveal that the Watch 4 Classic will have the following sensors:
- Body Composition
- Advanced Sleep
- V02 Max
- Bloody Oxygen Monitoring
- Heart Rate Monitor
- Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS
Moving to the Galaxy Watch 4, the listing reveals that it will have the same array of sensors. What’s a bit odd is that the weight for both the Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic is listed at 208 grams, so this is likely nothing more than just a placeholder.
As for pricing, it seems that those in Canada will be able to pick up the Watch 4 Classic for around CAD $464. Meanwhile, the 44mm Galaxy Watch 4 will be priced at CAD $347. It’s also possible that these prices are just place-holders, however, if you live in Canada you can pre-order them today.
Thanks to WinFuture, we also got a glimpse at the 40mm version of the Galaxy Watch 4 and the 46mm Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. It was here where we’ve learned that the Watch 4 will sport a 1.19-inch display with a 247mAh battery. The Watch 4 Classic will feature a 1.36-inch display with a larger 361mAh battery.
Finally, both of these listings reveal that the smartwatches will go on sale starting on August 27th. If the rumored August 11th date is real, it would make sense for Samsung to wait a couple of weeks before making its new hardware available. Now we just need to wait and see when the Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 will be announced and put up for sale.