Galaxy Watch 6 series (Classic): official-looking images


In just over a month, Samsung will unveil its new line of smartwatches, the Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic, and now a pair of official-looking pictures reveal what to expect.

Many images that showcase the Samsung Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic from all sides and in all colors were released by WinFuture today. With a sporty design that includes lugs for the band, two buttons, and a pretty flat sapphire crystal panel over the display, the Watch 6 resembles the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5 that came before it almost exactly.

Galaxy Watch 6 series

The bezels are the only real difference in this case, and they are slightly slimmer. This results in a larger display, which is said to measure 1.31 inches and 1.47 inches for the smaller and larger versions, respectively. Despite the fact that the watch size will remain the same at 40mm and 44mm options, the battery is also expected to be larger.

The Galaxy Watch 6 will reportedly be offered in three colors: black, silver, and tan/beige. Significantly, the bands have a new quick-switch system as well. It’s unclear if this indicates that Samsung is dumping the conventional pin because it resembles Google’s failed “Mode” bands.

Galaxy Watch 6 Classic

However, as we’ve been anticipating for months, the tactile rotating bezel returns in the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic. Although the display is larger and the bezel is a little slimmer than on the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, the overall design is quite similar. The 43mm and 47mm diameters of the watch, as opposed to the 42mm and 46mm previously utilized, suggest that it will also be larger overall.

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According to reports, the Classic will be available in black and silver, and it appears that a new leather band with visible stitching has been added. Samsung is anticipated to use a new Exynos W930 chipset, which may be a little speedier, in the Galaxy Watch 6 series, however specifications have not yet been confirmed. Both smartwatches are expected to debut in the latter half of July and, reportedly, run Wear OS 4.


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