The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 is expected to be launched with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 on the 7th August, but before the device can be sold in the USA it, of course, needs to pass through the FCC.

Normally companies try to keep this rather quiet, but in the case of both the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 Samsung appeared to have been all too happy to have pictures of the devices leaked by the FCC filling.

The above pictures from the listing show how to access the FCC label on the device, but does not, unfortunately, confirm whether the device has a touch-sensitive bezel.

The specs have however already mostly leaked, and they claim the Touch Bezel feature, which replaces the mechanical rotating bezel on the Samsung Galaxy Watch with a capacitive version, the presence of Bluetooth 5.0, which should mean much-improved range (up to 240m from your phone), the presence of an ECG feature and much more are all supported.

Are any of our readers picking one up?

See the full specs below:

Size40mm44mm
UIOne UI 1.5 with Touch BezelOne UI 1.5 with Touch Bezel
Weight31g36g
Screen1.2 inch 360×360 Super AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass DX+1.4 inch 360×360 Super AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass DX+
MaterialAluminium with glass back MIL-STD-810G

or Stainless Steel

Aluminium with glass back MIL-STD-810G

or Stainless Steel

ProcessorExynos 9110Exynos 9110
RAM768MB768MB and 1.5GB of RAM (LTE model)
Storage4GB4 GB
Battery247 mah340 mah
SensorsHeart rate, eight-point Photoplethysmography (BP) sensor, Fall Detection, ECG (inactive)Heart rate, eight-point Photoplethysmography (BP) sensor, Fall Detection, ECG (inactive)
ConnectivityBluetooth 5.0, WIFIBluetooth 5.0, WIFI, LTE (some models)
ColoursBlack, Silver

Pink Gold (Aluminium Model)

Gold (Stainless Steel Model)

Black, Silver

Pink Gold (Aluminium Model)

Gold (Stainless Steel Model)

Stainless Steel (LTE Model only)

Launch7th August 20197th August 2019

Via Droidlife, the Verge

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