There continue to be a number of interesting leaks concerning the Galaxy Watch 4 series and the latest gave a better overview of the device as far as what to expect. The smartwatch will come in two models – the Watch 4 and the Watch 4 Classic both of which will come in different sizes According to the recent leak, the device will be running on the One UI Watch which is Samsung’s replacement for Tizen.
While this isn’t the first time there will be a leaked image of the Galaxy Watch 4 Series and Samsung has in fact officially confirmed that the device will run on its new One UI Watch which is a Samsung-personalized WearOS 3.
However, WalkingCat has leaked what appear to be product slides from Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch 4 series presentation, due on August 11 at its next Galaxy Unpacked event.
Based on the information, the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic models will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos W920 chipset which is based on a 5nm manufacturing process and will have a 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage which confirms the initial rumor of SamMobile.
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The slide confirms that there will only be two sizes per model, along with their battery sizes and various sensors. However, these were known previously.
Then there is also a deeper dive into what to expect as far as the One UI Watch is concerned which includes support for native sleep and blood oxygen tracking both of which are missing features on the Wear OS. Samsung will definitely need to add up some hardware features to make the blood oxygen tracking functional with its software.
Additional feature includes muscle, fat and body mass sensor as well as BMI and water levels detection. Both devices will reportedly debut alongside the Galaxy Buds 2 which was earlier leaked as well by WalkingCat and there have been some leaked hands-on photos of the device circulating all over the internet.