Today, Android Headlines has released pictures showing the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 leaked running under Tizen from all angles and in all color options (gold, silver, and black). It appears that these pictures show that the watch is sold with a silicone strap, though a leather strap might be an option. Also, this device does not work as mentioned above. Instead, it is assumed that users navigate the user interface of the watch by pushing the goggles. Yesterday Samsung Galaxy Watch active 2 under armour edition leaked
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2Specfication
The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 40mm would be equipped with a 1.2-inch Super AMOLED display, while the 44-mm model will be equipped with a 1.4-inch Super AMOLED display. Both have a 360×360 circular resolution. The Exynos 9110 chip is likely to be powered. The Wi-Fi version will have 768 MB of RAM available, while the LTE version might have 1.5 GB of RAM. The FCC visit revealed that the device has 4 GB of memory and that the batteries for the Wi-Fi and LTE units each have a size of 247 mAh and 340 mAh. The watch has a Bluetooth 5.0 connection.
The Galaxy Watch Active 2 should have an ECG sensor. This feature is the star of the Apple Watch Series 4 and has already saved lives. The ECG is looking for an abnormal heart rhythm that is usually indicative of atrial fibrillation. People with atrial fibrillation more often have blood clots, strokes and heart failure. Yes, it is important to always have the opportunity to receive an ECG reading, but only for those who want to live. On the medical side, the ECG functionality is so complex that the FDA must approve the system used on the Galaxy Watch Active 2. The last word we heard is that this approval may not arrive until the middle of next year. It is possible for the device to start with the ECG monitor off until the FDA congratulates him.
The fall detection is another feature of the Apple Watch Series 4, which can be found on the Galaxy Watch Active 2. This will be felt when someone who wears them falls. If the clock detects that the user is not moving, it will automatically call 9-1-1 and send a message to the emergency contacts.
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