Samsung Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Fit And Galaxy Buds Leaked On The Samsung Wearable App
Samsung will announce many devices at the Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event on the 20th of February. Samsung will launch the Galaxy S10 series, the foldable phone(Galaxy F), and will also launch several smart wearable devices. Past reports claimed that the company will unveil the Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Buds at the upcoming event and a fresh leak supports the claim. An update to the Galaxy Wearable app on Android shows 4 new devices. These include the Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Fit e, and Galaxy Buds.
The Galaxy Wearable Lineup
The Samsung wearable app was updated on the 14th of February, this update includes the new devices. This confirms that the launch of these products is imminent. The first in the leaked list of wearables is the Galaxy Watch Active. This sports-centric smartwatch has been leaked several times over the past few months and pretty much everything is known about it. The watch will reportedly run on the Tizen 4.0.3 OS. It may feature the Exynos 9110 SoC which is paired with 768MB of RAM. The Galaxy Watch Active will have a 1.3-inch display with a resolution of 360 x 360 px and is powered by a 230 mAh battery. It may also support GPS, NFC, a heart rate monitor and may have an LTE version as well.
Not much is known about the other wearables, the Galaxy Fit, and Fit e. These are reportedly smart bands and will feature a touchscreen, heart rate monitor. The difference between the versions of Galaxy Fit is also not known yet. The Galaxy Buds, however, have also leaked multiple times over the past months and they will have a new design. The wireless earbuds will have 8GB of inbuilt storage and 58mAh battery. Apart from the inbuilt battery in the earbuds, the carrying case also has a 252 mAh battery. They will also support wireless charging and are expected to be given free with the pre-order of the S10 series.
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The Galaxy wearables lineup seems like a considerable improvement over the predecessors. These will be unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked event in San Fransisco on February 20.