The Galaxy Watch Active is once again appearing in the leaks, and this one is rather interesting. The leaks confirm that the watch won’t get the conventional rotating bezels. Even more, it confirms Samsung’s new One UI on the watch.
The One UI means that Samsung will push a single UI on all its IOT’s. So, it is plausible for Samsung to push the OS to Tizen as well as Android. The UI from its first look is clean and refreshes the watch experience. The Galaxy Watch Active will make use of gestures and swipes to navigate through UI. The only buttons on the watch are present on the right-hand side of the frame.
The dark background on the UI gives a bezel-less look, and it will enhance the battery life of the watch, as well. Anyways, we will miss the conventional rotating bezels on the phone. It provides a more premium look in comparison to modern design.
The watch faces in the leaks focus on activity-tracking by putting your daily goals front and center. Also, the tracker will automatically recognize certain activities similar to yours and track them without the need for you to initialize a workout.
Even more, a feature like an active heart rate will be available on the watch. Well, it will track the hear abnormalities, and notify you.
Anyways, the Galaxy Watch Active will carry the model number SM-R500. It has the codename Pulse, and it will run Tizen 184.108.40.206 on an Exynos 9110 chipset. The watch doesn’t have rotating bezels but has an identical diameter and resolution as the Galaxy Watch from 2018 – 1.3-inch, 360x360px.
The Galaxy Watch Active seems to be a significant upgrade, except for its battery. Well, the 42mm watch will get 236mAh battery. With that said, it is smaller than the 300mAh offering on the Galaxy Watch 2018.
The Gizmo will have LTE model with inbuilt speakers, and Electrogram, as well. The latest will also get 768MB of RAM, 4GB of built-in storage, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS and NFC.