Samsung is expected to launch the second generation of its Galaxy Watch Active smartwatch in both 40 mm and 44 mm sizes. However, they might miss on the previously rumored ECG and Fall Detection due to as the FDA approval won't come out in time for the market launch. This means the next Galaxy Watch that will come with Electrocardiography app will coming in 2020.
The latest report has it that Samsung will introduce three versions of its Galaxy Watch Active 2 - one with LTE and another with only Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The third one is a separate Under Armour-branded variant. It will have a fancy sports strap and six months of MapMyRun subscription included.
The new smartwatches will have stainless steel cases, leather straps and at least four color variants at launch.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 unveiling is expected to take place on August 7 as part of the Unpacked event in New York, USA, that will also see the debut of the Galaxy Note10 smartphone.