In addition to unveiling its much anticipated Galaxy Fold and Galaxy S10 series, Samsung has also launched a slew of smart wearables under the Galaxy branding.
Samsung introduced Galaxy Bud, its competitor to Apple AirPods, at the Unpacked 2019 event. The second generation Galaxy Buds are Bixy-enabled and feature adaptive dual microphones for hassle-free calls.
Samsung has said that its wireless earphones offer up to five hours of calls or six hours of music listening time when fully charged. You can charge the buds by placing them at the back of Galaxy S10.
Galaxy Buds have been priced at $129 and will be available from March 8th onwards.
Galaxy Watch Active
Parting ways with Gear, Samsung has brought its smartwatch under the Galaxy brand and has launched Galaxy Watch Active.
One of the most significant changes is that Samsung has finally killed the rotating bezel. Speaking about the specifications, Samsung’s smartwatch has a 1.1 inch, 360 x 360 AOD display, 230mAh battery and 768 MB of RAM.
The Galaxy Watch Active is powered by Exynos 9110 processor and supports WPC-based wireless charging.
Another exciting feature of the Galaxy Watch Active is that it can monitor blood pressure in addition to heart rate.
Available in four different colors namely black, silver, rose gold and sea green, Galaxy Watch Active can be purchased for $199.99 from March 8th onwards.
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