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Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 leaked online, may come soon!

   

Samsung Galaxy Watch 2 is one of the latest wearable devices to come soon to the market. And we now already have new leaks around this device. Today popular online tech site SamMobile has confirmed almost all the details of this Samsung wearable device i.e. the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2.

In fact, the device name is displayed as Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2. It is expected to come with a 40mm and 44mm dial and will sport a slightly new look. The hardware is also expected to get an upgrade such as a microphone and speakers. It will also get a rotating button similar to the Apple Apple Watch. The device will be able to support calling functionality as is being confirmed by some early reports.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 specifications

Recently, SamMobile confirmed that Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 will be launched with LTE. The LTE version would have a 340 mAh capacity battery and there will be two versions. The WIFI version would have a 237mAh capacity battery. This Tizen-powered smartwatch will run One UI 1.5.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 is expected to be released with the new Samsung Galaxy Note10 mobile phone in the month of August.

So guys what do you think about this upcoming wearable from Samsung? Would it be a great one? Or would it be eclipsed by the next generation of Apple watch? Do let us know your opinions and thoughts in the comments section below!

All images Courtesy of SamMobileTV!

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