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 Galaxy Watch Active 2- Design, Specifications- Latest Updated

Galaxy Watch Active 2- Design, Specifications- Latest Updated

Galaxy Watch Active 2. People who want to keep track of their active lifestyles were the target audience for Samsung’s Galaxy Watch Active. At the time of our testing, the watch did a good job of tracking our workouts as well as our sleep and step counts. As a follow-up to the Galaxy Watch Active, Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Watch Active 2. A larger screen and 4G capability ensure that the device is always connected to the grid. Is it worth the Rs. 35,990 price tag, given these features? To find out, we put it to the test.

Galaxy Watch Active 2

Design of the Samsung Galaxy Active 2 4G Watch

In our review of the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active, we wished it were a little larger. Fortunately, the new Galaxy Watch Active 2 4G fulfils that desire. As of this writing, Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4G’s 1.4-inch display is easier to read, but it is still smaller than that on this watch (Review). The familiar design is stylish and you can choose between stainless steel and aluminium. It costs Rs. 31,990 for the stainless steel finish, while Rs. 25,990 gets you the aluminium finish. A 4G version of the Galaxy Watch Active 2 is also available, but it’s only available in steel and costs Rs 35,990. For our review, we’re using a silver stainless steel 4G model.




LAUNCH Announced 2019, August
Status Available. Released 2019, September


BODY Dimensions 44 x 44 x 10.9 mm (1.73 x 1.73 x 0.43 in)
Weight 30 g (1.06 oz)
Build Glass front (Gorilla Glass DX+), aluminum frame
  50m water resistant (IP68)

Compatible with standard 20mm straps

ECG certified

Touch-sensitive bezel

MIL-STD-810G compliant*

*does not guarantee ruggedness or use in extreme conditions


Galaxy Watch Active 2

Size 1.4 inches
Resolution 360 x 360 pixels (~364 ppi density)
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass DX+
  Always-on display


Chipset Exynos 9110 (10 nm)
CPU Dual-core 1.15 GHz Cortex-A53
GPU Mali-T720


MEMORY Card slot No
Internal 4GB 768MB RAM, 4GB 1.5GB RAM




SOUND Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack No


COMMS WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE
Radio No


FEATURES Sensors Accelerometer, gyro, heart rate, barometer
  Natural language commands and dictation

Samsung Pay


BATTERY Type Li-Ion 340 mAh, non-removable
Charging Wireless charging


MISC Colors Cloud Silver, Aqua Black, Pink Gold, Phantom Violet
Models SM-R830
Price About 300 EUR

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Galaxy Watch Active 2


Q1: Can we make calls using Galaxy Watch 2?

Calls can be made or received, and you can respond to them. You can use the phone’s built-in microphone, speaker, or Bluetooth headset to make and receive phone calls.

Q2: Does the Galaxy Watch Active2 no longer exist?

Tizen OS will be replaced by Wear OS by Google starting in August 2022, Samsung announced as part of the transition. Both the Watch Active 2 and the Watch 3 will cease to receive software and security updates in 2023, respectively.

Q3: Can Galaxy Watch Active 2 receive text messages?

As a result, the Samsung Galaxy Active 2 is near-perfect in all of these areas. It is possible to send and receive messages from the watch, as well as customise your responses.

Q4: Does Galaxy Active 2 have a built-in thermometer?

No, the Galaxy Watch does not have the capability to measure your core body temperature. To be able to do this, the device would need to have the necessary hardware. As a result, while the Galaxy Watch is capable of many functions, one of them is checking your body temperature.

Q5: Can my blood pressure be taken by my Samsung Watch?

When paired with a cuff-based blood pressure monitor, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2/Galaxy Watch3 can measure your blood pressure.

Jennie Marquez

Jennie Marquez

Jennie is a Staff writer, contributor and has been writing about tech for over a decade. Jennie’s work at trendblog is to specialize in phones and tablets, but she also takes on other tech like electric scooters, smartwatches, fitness, mobile gaming and more. She is based in London, UK.
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