As Samsung’s 7th August Unpacked event nears, as usual, the torrent of leaks have only continued to widen.
The latest leak (courtesy of Android Headlines) is a new marketing render for the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2, showing the device in all its glory.
Real life pictures of the device have already leaked, but they did not show the user interface.
From those leaks we know however that the smartwatch will be available in 40 and 44mm sizes, feature a slightly refreshed look and includes hardware such as microphone and speaker (and a red button like on the Apple Watch) which suggests the device will be able to make phone calls.
SamMobile previously confirmed there will be an LTE (340 mAh battery) and WIFI variant (237 mAh). The Tizen-powered watch will run One UI 1.5.
The leaked render also shows that the screen will feature a high resolution, once again shows the mysterious red button, and suggests that the watch will come with a leather band as standard.
Update: Evan Blass has tweeted out an additional image of the device, showing a considerable bezel remains.
Rumours remain about the device possibly incorporating an ECG reader and fall detector, like the Apple Watch.
The device will likely hit the market around the same time as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.