Published: Tue, August 06, 2019
Tech | By Anita Cain

Killer Deal: Galaxy Watch Now $80 Off

Killer Deal: Galaxy Watch Now $80 Off

As we all know that Samsung will launch the new Galaxy watch Active 2 in the market this month. But place your finger on the edge of the display and turn it clockwise or counterclockwise and you'll see Samsung's signature rotatable bezel control has returned. The original Galaxy Watch came with a physical rotating bezel, while the Galaxy Watch Active didn't have any form of bezel UI.

The smartwatch is the successor of Galaxy Watch Active. The watch itself can track more than 39 workouts, ranging from running to swimming.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 release date is set for September 27 2019 in the U.S., where it will be available from Samsung.com and major retailers.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 will be available to buy from the 27th of September, with prices starting at starting at $279 for the 40mm or $299 for the 44mm version.

Another key feature is 4G LTE, which means that your watch can be connected to the internet even when you're nowhere near your phone.

Google Translate also features on the Active 2 for the first time. Moreover, Watch Active2 comes in two sizes - 40mm and 44mm - and two styles (as we have told you earlier).

New sensors can take readings faster, delivering more accurate and real-time information.

Samsung has loaded the Galaxy Watch Active 2 with its Tizen OS.

Both allow you to make contactless payments with Samsung Pay, and both have Samsung's AI assistant Bixby baked in. It is just like the mini smartphone that will let you read, reply to and like tweets from the watch itself and watch videos. Samsung says the app is downloadable on the Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9, and S9+; the Note 10 and Note 10+ aren't mentioned, but we can be sure the new flagships will have support for the app out of the box. Importantly, the LTE model is only available in stainless steel.

The Samsung Galaxy Book S is rumored to be in the works.

Prices will range from $549 for the Bluetooth-only version up to $799 for the largest 44mm display with LTE compatibility.

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