Just yesterday, Samsung confirmed that its new wearable i.e. Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 will be unveiled on August 5 and we already came across a couple of leaks which gave us a decent idea about the device even before its official announcement. Well, today the device surfaced online again and this time it reveals all the colors which we will have when the company launch it officially.
Going through the latest renders, the device will come with a black/silver version, a pale blue/grey model, and a pink/gold/beige looking thing too. The popular tipster Evan Blass suggests that the company will launch a special Under Armour edition and it will be offered in black with either black or grey straps.
Currently, we don’t have any information about the difference between the regular and special edition of the upcoming Samsung wearable. Rumours says the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 will come in two sizes 40 mm and 44 mm the 40 mm. The 40 mm variant will have a 1.2 inch display and the 44 mm will feature a 1.4 inch display, both the variants will have Super AMOLED panel along with the Gorilla Glass DX+ protection. Having said that, both the variants will also offer 360 x 360 pixels resolution.
It is also said that the device will come with touch-sensitive bezel and it will allow the user to swipe to navigate the user interface and that’s really impressive setup. The source also says that the device will be powered by Exynos 9110 processor and it will be paired by 768 MB of RAM on the Bluetooth only option of the device, and the LTE option enabled device will have 1.5 GB of RAM and both the variants will get 4 GB of internal storage.
The 40 mm variant will have 247 mAh battery while the 44 mm variant will ship on 340 mAh battery, it is also said that the device will come with Bluetooth 5.0 which means users will get a improve range and that will ensure the connectivity. The device is also believed to have MIL-STD 810G durability standards.
Well, we just need to wait a couple of days more to know everything official. Let’s wait and see and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest updates.