Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 comes with the ECG sensor. The technology world is revolutionizing on a daily basis. We used the watches earlier only to see the time. Now, these days ‘ watches tell us not only the time but also the other important things about our activities. We’ve been listening to Samsung’s Galaxy WatchActive2 for quite some moment.
We are now able to tell you the exact specs of Galaxy WatchActive2 as it is now official after receiving so many rumors about the watch. Giving a more lovely look to the watch, Samsung drops the rotating physical bezel. The watch has now upgraded OneUI on the Super AMOLED screen with a virtual bezel.
Watch Active2 is also available in two sizes – 40 mm and 44 mm – and two styles (as we told you previously). With a lightweight aluminum body and an FKM wrist strap or a premium stainless steel body with a leather strap, you can choose a casual version.
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 has high-end specifications and available in two sizes
The watch has an enhanced optical heart rate reader for faster readings with 8 LEDs. This new model also gains the characteristic of an electrocardiogram (ECG). Not just this, but the watch can track 39 different workout types.
Both models of Galaxy Watch Active2 have a 360 x 360px resolution Super AMOLED display. The 40mm version has a 1.2″ display, and the 44mm displays a 1.4″ display. The watch has Exynos 9110 chipset with 768MB of RAM, making the renders true. It also operates the Tizen OS.
In addition, an LTE version with 1.5 GB RAM is also accessible. This version will allow you to manage your accounts for social networking. It’s just like the mini smartphone that allows you to read, answer and watch videos and like tweets from the watch itself. There is also a real-time translation of voice and text in more than 16 languages.
The watch will also include Samsung’s ecosystem, including Samsung Health, Smart Things, Pay, and Bixby. Unfortunately, the company has not yet revealed any details on pricing and availability, but don’t worry that we’ll update you if we get more data.