We have seen quite a lot of leaked images/renders of the upcoming smartwatch, but the official-looking renders clearly gives us a better look. However, it has already been the subject of a number of leaks including the surfacing of real-life images. The image was captured in New Delhi metro and it looks like a Samsung Employee who took the device out for testing.
The Galaxy Watch Active was introduced, among other accessories, alongside the Galaxy S9 line-up back in February, and rumor has it that the Galaxy Note10 will be accompanied, on August 7, by the Galaxy Watch Active2. Besides that, the device's design does look incredibly sleek from the very low-quality pictures above. A byproduct of this approach, and in keeping with the original model, results in the absence of some typical Samsung-esque features, such as the lack of a rotating bezel.
Rumours suggest the watch will be available in three colour options - black, gold, and silver - and will have leather straps and silicone straps. There are still two buttons on the right side, though the top one is now rectangular and the bottom one has a red accent around it for an unknown reason. Something that might suggest there is more goal to the red ring than cosmetics alone.More news: Shocked Arsenal chiefs launch disciplinary action against Koscielny after tour refusal
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ECG and fall detection, available first on the Apple Watch Series 4, is also rumored to be among the features of the Galaxy Watch Active2.
Our own Corbin reviewed the current Galaxy Watch Active and liked it for the most part, noting only a few small quibbles. There will also supposedly be both LTE and Wi-Fi models, with the former having a 340mAh battery and the latter a 237mAh cell.