In comparison to its predecessor, the Galaxy Watch Active2 gets a leather strap as opposed to the silicone one found on the Watch Active.
As it turns out, all of those details are trued indeed as Samsung Malaysia has officially announced the launch of Galaxy A80 for our market today. 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.
What we pick up from the render is overall design (most of it), especially the much talked about centralised, front-facing camera.
Unlike the standout S-Pen as on the Note 9, Samsung has taken a much more reserved approach this time around, which, if rumours are to believed, will be available in black and blue colours. This provides the right side of the device a cleaner appearance while the metal frame on the left side gets a slightly expanded area where the side buttons are located. The latest leak shows a render of the Note 10 Plus, giving us a top-down view of the smartphone. However, what sets the Galaxy Watch Active2 apart is that apart from these two important features it will also come with body composition measurement. Something that might suggest there is more objective to the red ring than cosmetics alone.
More than a dozen additional renders have been leaked online. It's also unclear just yet if there will be multiple different models or not.