Last year Samsung launched two brand new smartwatches in the market with clear intentions. The Galaxy Watch Active & Galaxy Watch Active 2 are the two premium watches Samsung unveiled with the valuable features. The first Watch Active had launched in February along with Galaxy S10 & galaxy Fold as a cheaper version to the Galaxy Watch. The Active 2 launched in September with some advanced features to tackle with Apple Watch Series 5 & Fitbit Versa 2. The model number SM-R840 has spotted by GalaxyClub that claims the South Korean company is working on the next Galaxy Watch.
Ahead, the report says the watch would have 330mAh battery capacity to run lasts longer than the previous models. These days most smartwatch manufacturers are trying to improvise battery power and it will not be different. Now, after a year of launching Galaxy Watch Active, the company is working on Galaxy Watch 2. The new report says next-generation Watch 2 will begin in the coming months. There are not any other functions that revealed in this leak. As time flies, we will see more news about the gadget.
Galaxy Watch Active 3 Features
The other information came from SamMobile claims we will not see Galaxy Watch 2 or Galaxy Watch Active 3 on February 11. Samsung will announce Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, Galaxy S20 Ultra, and Galaxy Z Flip in the next February 11 event. Last year we saw two flagship smartphones and two wearables from the company in the same event.
Update (Feb 3): New report from SamMobile says the upcoming Galaxy Watch 2 or Galaxy Watch Active 3 would add double memory space. The smartwatch would offer 8GB of storage space. Galaxy Watch Active & Active 2 has 4GB storage to add audio songs and screenshots. Well, space is more than enough to store music and third-party apps that we might see in the Galaxy Store.
Prutha Passionate about new tech gadgets, since she bought her first smartphone. She likes to try out new smartwatches & read new articles about tech wearables. Apart from that, Prutha takes fitness sessions & teach people how to use tech wearables to stay healthy.