Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 4G variant launched in India at Rs 35,999

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 4G - Feature Image

Samsung brings the 4G variant of its recently launched Galaxy Watch Active 2 in India. With the introduction of this variant, Samsung now has the widest range of 4G smartwatches in India to offer. From different price points to different styles, Samsung got it all. Let’s take a look at the feature being offered by the Watch Active 2 4G. 

Galaxy Watch Active 2 4G – Features and Specifications

Sporting the Super AMOLED display with an edge to edge design, it sure does give an all-new kind of experience when compared to even Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4G, which was launched recently as well. If you don’t like interferences on your display, then this could be a watch for you. Teased in three colour variants, Gold, Black, and Silver. 

Offering a lightweight premium experience, it comes with a solid stainless steel case with a leather band. It comes in 44m size, giving a sleek look and feel. This watch is teased to be a good fit on all occasions. 

Now coming to the fitness features of the Watch Active 4G. As the name suggests, this smartwatch is designed with a ton of fitness features built right into it. Equipped with advanced sensors to accurately track 39 distinctive activities. To name a few popular activities, walking, running, cycling, rowing, elliptical trainer, dynamic workouts, and swimming. 

Talking about some more highlights, it offers guided mediation and comes with Running Coach with seven different running programs. Equipped with a range of advanced sensors to track readings faster and offering insights to your health on the watch itself. 

Speaking of the pricing, it will be available for Rs 35,999 in three finishes across all leading online and offline channels in India. Let us know in the comments what do you think about the Galaxy Watch Active 2 4G.  

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