The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active is one of our favorite fitness-focused smartwatches and the next version, the Galaxy Watch Active 2, is on its way soon with ECG tech and three different models to choose from.
The report also states that the Active 2 will be available in three different models. There's an LTE version, a Bluetooth-only version and an Under Armour-branded version, which will apparently come with added sports-focused features.
It also appears that rumors might be true: the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 will have an electrocardiogram (ECG) monitor built-in. However, the feature may not be available until 2020 when a software update is rolled out to the wearable.
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This latest news comes just days after a leaked render of the Galaxy Watch Active 2 was shared by Android Headlines, which shows a smartwatch that looks very similar to its predecessor, but with a leather strap and red ring around its power button.
According to Wareable, this version is likely to be the LTE model, which will come with a leather strap, four different color variants and black, silver, gold or rose gold casing.
It looks highly like that the Samsung Galaxy Active 2 will be announced on August 7 at the Samsung event in New York. If previous Samsung wearables are anything to go by, it'll then be available to buy later this year.
- If you don't want to wait around, check out our guide to the best smartwatch of 2019: the top wearables you can buy today
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