It means that you will likely see a bezel around the screen on the new Watch Active 2, but it won't physically move - it will be interesting to see how it works in practice. The two models differ in design, though. There are six standard color and band combinations, which when paired with the size choices give the Watch Active 2 far more flexibility in terms of style and personality than before. After getting so many rumours about the watch, we are now able to tell you the exact specs of Galaxy Watch Active2 as it is now official.
Google Translate also features on the Active 2 for the first time.
Giving the watch more lovely look, Samsung drops the physical rotating bezel. That means you can head out for a run or even watch a YouTube video on the device itself without needing your phone anywhere in the vicinity.
This is ultimately an "Active" product, so Samsung used the refresh to improve its sensors across the board. Both watches also have Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, Wi-Fi, heart rate monitoring, ECG, an ambient light sensor, and an accelerometer, too. Last month according to a rumour the said watch will come with an electrocardiogram feature. Another difference between the two sizes is that the 40mm has a 247mAh battery while the 44mm version has a 340mAh battery. Moving to stainless steel and LTE will add to the price. Samsung says it made a decision to go with this approach because it helps keep the wearables lighter and more compact. Pre-orders will begin on September 6 and the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will launch on September 27. And if you're on a budget and want to keep things simple, keep an eye out for discounts on the original Watch Active starting in September.