Leaked images gives us our first look at the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic

A number of leaked pictures have supplied us with our first dependable take a look at the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6, with the Basic mannequin set to be reintroduced to the smartwatch collection in favor of a Professional version.

Regardless of loads of leaks regarding the design of the inventory Galaxy Watch 6, little or no has been steered in regards to the costlier mannequin – and, till now, we have seen no leaked pictures. 

That is all modified with the leaked materials from MySmartPrice and reliable leaker @OnLeaks, with the Galaxy Watch 6 Basic showing to incorporate a bodily rotating bezel and provide a really related design to the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic.

Samsung ignored the ‘Basic’ mannequin in 2022, as a substitute launching a Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, however the pictures beneath seem to verify it is flipping again once more. 

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A launch may additionally come prior to we have seen in previous years, as properly, with a current report suggesting the subsequent Samsung Unpacked occasion will happen on the finish of July and never mid-August.

As you’ll anticipate, the Galaxy Watch 6 Basic may also be joined by the common Galaxy Watch 6 on the unveiling, although we’re nonetheless ready on related renders to spotlight any important design adjustments. 

Given the similarities between the inventory editions of the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5, we’re anticipating a little bit of a refresh from the corporate, however time will inform on that one. 

For now, a minimum of, the limelight belongs to the Basic version – and the return of the much-loved bodily rotating bezel. 

Conor Allison


Conor moved to Wareable Media Group in 2017, initially masking all the most recent developments in smartwatches, health trackers, and VR. He made a reputation for himself writing about attempting out translation earbuds on a primary date and biking with a wearable airbag, in addition to masking the business’s newest releases.

Following a stint as Opinions Editor at Pocket-lint, Conor returned to Wareable Media Group in 2022 as Editor-at-Massive. Conor has develop into a wearables skilled, and helps individuals get extra from their wearable tech, by way of Wareable’s appreciable how-to-based guides. 

He has additionally contributed to British GQ, Wired, Metro, The Impartial, and The Mirror. 


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