It made sense for Samsung to bring Tizen as well as Android (hence the name One UI), its brand new interface, for such a fresh and clean look as you can imagine. With Samsung moving away from the rotating bezel, it seems that a user interface is fully exploited by scanning and the two buttons on the side of the Galaxy Watch Active.
All the images and faces of the watch have a predominantly dark background, which not only gives the user interface a stylish look, but also significantly increases the battery life (thanks to the OLED display on the screen). observe).
It seems that the Galaxy Watch Active with a series of dials focuses on monitoring activities that emphasize your daily goals.
It is said that the new active watch is able to automatically detect and follow different types of activities without having to initiate training.
Samsung is expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active alongside the Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e at its February 2 event.