Multiple leaked images have provided us with our first reliable look at the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6, with the Classic model set to be reintroduced to the smartwatch series in favor of a Pro edition.
Despite plenty of leaks relating to the design of the stock Galaxy Watch 6, very little has been suggested about the more expensive model - and, until now, we've seen no leaked images.
That's all changed with the leaked material from MySmartPrice and reliable leaker @OnLeaks, with the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic appearing to include a physical rotating bezel and offer a very similar design to the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic.
Samsung skipped over the 'Classic' model in 2022, instead launching a Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, but the images below appear to confirm it's flipping back again.
A launch could also come sooner than we've seen in past years, as well, with a recent report suggesting the next Samsung Unpacked event will take place at the end of July and not mid-August.
As you would expect, the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic will also be joined by the regular Galaxy Watch 6 at the unveiling, though we're still waiting on similar renders to highlight any significant design changes.
Given the similarities between the stock editions of the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5, we're expecting a bit of a refresh from the company, but time will tell on that one.
For now, at least, the limelight belongs to the Classic edition - and the return of the much-loved physical rotating bezel.
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