We are getting closer and closer to the next Samsung Unpacked event (6 days) and in addition to the new high-end smartphones, also the new smartwatch has been much talked about. The Samsung Galaxy Active has been much anticipated, with several rumors leaving the arrival of a very interesting new smart watch.
As far as its design was concerned, it had already been said that the manufacturer would abandon the now traditional 'rotating rim'. This change in its design has now been confirmed in new renders, which also reveal the presence of the new One UI interface.
As with smartphones, this interface will have gestures as the main interface for your smartwatch. Therefore, the elimination of the 'rim' makes perfect sense.
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From what we can see in these renders, much of their interface has dark colors, with black as the main hue. There is no doubt that this color palette makes the smartwatch more 'discreet'. Helping to save battery as it will come with an OLED screen.
As pointed out by GSMArena, the Samsung Galaxy Active will come with a strong focus on physical activity monitoring. Therefore, many of the watch faces present daily goals as key information on the watch.
Samsung Galaxy Active will also support permanent heart rate monitoring. This will alert you if you notice any irregularities.
Still regarding the features of the new smartwatch. It is said that Galaxy Active will be able to automatically recognize and monitor a wide range of activities. This way you won't have to constantly access the clock settings in order to start activities.
Finally, it should arrive with support for NFC wireless), Integrated GPS with water resistance up to 50 meters deep. Once again, this new smartwatch is expected to be presented side by side with the new Galaxy S10 on February 20th.
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