Galaxy Watch Active 2 Spotted Alongside Galaxy Note 10

Next week Samsung will be going to release its two premium gadgets with lots of new features that we may see first time on any Samsung devices. The Galaxy Watch Active 2 will bring ECG function for the first time though users can use it in the first half of 2020. The other Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10+ will create new heights and probably it would be Samsung’s next big thing after Galaxy Fold, which might launch in the third week of September. As per the sources, both devices have seen alongside on the street of South Korea. The picture shows previous leaks were right about the design.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2

The Galaxy Watch Active 2 will change a bit in the design. It won’t carry Watch Active design and its overall bezel-less display. Instead, it will adopt oval shape and the buttons will move to the upper right side. The previous source has shown us many pictures of the watch and its new color combo of Rose Gold.

Watch Active 2

It is not the only smartwatch company is going to introduce in the next event. The Under Armour fitness-centric model is also there in the rival to Apple Watch’s Nike+ Edition. Apart from this, the new features will be a low heart rate, Bixby integration, and Samsung Pay.

The Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10+

Galaxy Note 10The rumor mill is highly baiting on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 & Galaxy Note 10+ and its four cameras on the rear. The main sensor will have 12 MP resolution with additional cameras to produce better picture quality in every detail. The curved display will have 6.7-inch that brings an Infinity-O display. The Note 10 models will power with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 for the US market and Exynos 9855 for other markets.

Samsung has confirmed Galaxy Watch Active 2 will be announced on August 5 and Galaxy Note 10 models on August 7th. Mark the dates, the next week is quite busy for Samsung as well as you. Stay tuned with us. We will inform you when there is more news to share about both Samsung’s premium gadgets.

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