Samsung is working on the upcoming Galaxy Watch Active 4, which will be the successor of Galaxy Watch Active 2 soon. Now, the CAD-based renders of the Galaxy Watch Active 4 have surfaced by leakster @Onleaks. It shows a new design for the frame with a narrow bezel, new band fasteners and there is no gap between the watch and the strap. It will be available in 40mm and 44mm versions in Black, Silver, Green, and Gold colors, but the final color might be different.
The renders image shows longer side buttons as compared to the predecessor. According to the earlier rumors, it revealed that the smartwatch will be based on a new 5nm processor featuring a 2D glass screen, and could feature a titanium alloy frame. But, the new rumor revealed that it will come with an aluminum case. The company already confirmed that will be rolling out new WearOS in the partnership with Google in a new smartwatch soon, so this watch should be powered by the new WearOS.
The company has already confirmed the MWC 2021 Virtual event that will be held on June 28th where it will reveal more details about the new WearOS, but there are no details about the watch since it could be launched along with Galaxy Fold Z3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 at an Unpacked event in the first week of August.