Samsung already has a successor to the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active and has just been seen by the FCC. In the documents, some photos of the device indicate where the FCC ID, hidden in the settings, is located.
The device bears the model number SM-R830 and refers to a 40 mm watch case. Based on the sketches, there will be another version of the stainless steel watch. It is assumed that there will also be a larger version with 44 mm and maybe another with LTE support.
All we can say about the photos is that the Watch Active 2 will be visually similar to the Galaxy Watch Active. We can also see Samsung’s unique UI on Tizens operating system, which powers Samsung smartwatches. We also see 4 GB of space in the UI.
Even if the above images do not prove this, it is assumed that the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will have a touchscreen that follows the Tropic of the Galaxy Watch last year.
Earlier this week, the full details sheet of Galaxy Watch Active 2 (with official figures) also leaked, revealing a 1.2-inch Super AMOLED display on the 40-mm screen and a 1.4-inch Super AMOLED Display on the screen. Bigger 44mm screen. Both are protected by Gorilla Glass DX + and have a screen resolution of 360x360px.
Both are powered by the same Exynos 9110 that powers the Galaxy Watch Active, and the Bluetooth version has 768 MB of RAM, while an LTE version can have 1.5 GB of RAM. The 40mm have a 247 mAh battery, while the larger 44mm have a larger 340 mAh. The new watch would also have Bluetooth 5.0.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 and the Note10 + will be launched in New York on August 7, and the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 should also hit the market.
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