Samsung Accidentally Leaks Samsung Galaxy Watch Active and More Through its Own App

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active

Samsung has inadvertently revealed its own lineup of wearable devices that are presumably set to be unveiled alongside the Galaxy S10 next week. First spotted by Twitter account SamCentralTech, the leak was revealed in an update to its Galaxy Wearable app.

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The update to the Android version of the Galaxy Wearables app added three currently unannounced products compatible with the app. The products include the Galaxy Watch Active, the Galaxy Fit (and Fit e) fitness bands, and the Galaxy Buds in-ear wireless headphones. While, these products have already been revealed by other means, this was the first time an official app confirmed their existence.

First on the list is the Galaxy Watch Active. It resembles the sports-focused smartwatch that was recently leaked under the name Galaxy Sport. According to the app, the watch has a 40 mm case, and comes in at least 2 colors, reports The Verge.

Galaxy Active

There will probably be a heart rate monitor, and consumers would like to see some wellness features as well, like yoga, meditation and breathing exercises. More advanced sleep-tracking is also expected from Samsung’s upcoming smartwatch.

An ECG like the one on Apple Watch would be a good addition as well, and that would be high on Samsung’s list of priorities for its next wearable.

Next on the leaked list is the Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e, two fitness trackers with rubber straps. It was last month that we first learned about the Galaxy Fit e. It was through a Bluetooth certification. Now, we are seeing how it looks like in reality.

And finally, on the list are a pair of wireless earbuds, called the Galaxy Buds.

There aren’t any price leaks yet, but the Samsung Galaxy Watch launched for $329 for the 42mm version or $349 for the 46mm model. So we’d expect the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active will cost at least that much or even more.

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