The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 release date is set for September 27 2019 in the USA, where it will be available from Samsung.com and major retailers. In new developments, high-resolution renders of the upcoming smartwatch by Samsung has surfaced online.
The Galaxy Watch Active2 comes in two sizes (40mm and 44mm) as well as two different stules.
Furthermore, with the Watch Camera Controller app on the Galaxy Watch Active 2, you can capture photos on your connected phone, switch between cameras, set a timer, record videos, and preview the final images and videos right from the wrist.
The Watch is priced at 279$ for the base model and 299$ for the 44mm one (the basic versions).
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus will come with a 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED while the regular Galaxy Note10 will offer a 6.3-inch AMOLED display. It's got an terrible design with massive bezels and a huge notch bitten out of the corner of the main display, it's too thick, you can still see the crease at the center of the screen when you use it, the aspect ratio is frightful, and it's insanely overpriced at $2,000. The smartwatch can manually track more than 39 workouts with seven of them automatically activated, monitor your running pace in real-time and enjoy seven different running programs, and use improved sleep analysis algorithms provide more accurate data, to improve sleep detection and support a good sleep pattern.
It's incredibly comfortable to wear, with rounded corners and a light weight design, which means you can pretty much put it on a forget you're wearing it.
For the Active2, Samsung has doubled the amount of photodiodes to eight, which, in theory, enables faster and more precise heart rate monitoring. Importantly, the LTE model is only available in stainless steel. Moving to stainless steel and LTE will add to the price.
These prices are for the Bluetooth aluminum model, which goes on sale 27 September.