Renders of all Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 color options surface online
Samsung will soon unleash a new smart wearable that might disappoint some fans, but the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will definitely be a noticeable step ahead when compared to its predecessor. For now, there is not much official information to talk about, but the latest (alleged) official renders unveil at least one or two key elements.
The new renders seem to lack the red ring around the power button that was previously present in such images, and we must highlight that this was supposed to be a tiny design detail that sets apart the LTE and non-LTE models. For now, we can only wait for the product launch to see if this turns out to be true or not. However, the lack of a rotating bezel is quite obvious, so it is almost certain that the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will come with a touch bezel.
Leaving aside the color choices — silver, black, and pink/rose gold — we must also bring back the latest rumored specs: Samsung Exynos 9110 SoC, at least 768 MB of memory, 4 GB of internal storage space, two primary sizes — 40 mm with a 1.2-inch display and 44 mm with a 1.4-inch display, both with Super AMOLED panels and 360 x 360 pixels. One last detail worth being mentioned is the battery capacity, which is rumored to be 247 mAh for the smaller model and 340 mAh for the larger one.
As usual, all the above should be taken with a grain of salt for now. The official launch is expected to take place next week, so we will probably get back to this smart wearable once everything's official.