Samsung Galaxy Watch Active loss shows a UI on a smartwatch, new images of Galaxy Buds

About a week before its Unpacked event, Samsung has difficulty keeping secret contents. Today, two new leaks reveal more the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active and its new redesign of the One UI software, as well as new images of the Samsung Galaxy Buds.

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Courtesy of people a SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active was further leaked with our first look at the software running on the company's new watch. As further confirmed in a report yesterday, the Galaxy Watch Active is set to remove the company's rotating bezel and with this, it was expected that the watch would deliver a redesign of the user interface.

However, this does not seem to be the case. The leaked images show that the general shipping interface on the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active will be quite familiar, albeit with some noticeable user interface improvements. There are several new and unique watchwords, including one that focuses heavily on health data. This is also a pattern for leaked images, with a redesigned Samsung Health app showcased with workout monitoring and exhibit goals.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active Watchset

Furthermore, this loss reveals improvements to the training features currently available. Apparently, the Galaxy Watch Active will include a feature to continuously monitor a user's heart rate and notify him if he exceeds a certain threshold while inactive for more than 10 minutes. Self-detection will also work on more than one type of exercise.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active features of tracking health and training

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In another loss, SamMobile also reveals some new images of Samsung Galaxy Buds. The company's new wireless headsets are essentially the same in the 2018 IconX design, but with some important changes to the specification sheet. For one, the battery in the earphones themselves, as well as the charging case, is significantly smaller. As previously revealed, this is due to the integrated wireless charging. The headset switches to 58 mAh from 82 mAh, while the case loses around 100 mAh to 252 mAh in total.

It is not clear how the size of the battery will affect the resistance, but the report also mentions that Samsung will double Buds with Galaxy S10 preorders in some regions. At first glance, it seems that the charging case may be a bit smaller than what we saw on IconX. Also included are Bluetooth 5.0, 8 GB of memory and IPx2 water resistance.

Samsung Galaxy Buds, leaked images

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