The Samsung Galaxy Active 2 case comes in either stainless steel or aluminum, a case size of 40 mm or 44 mm, and with or without LTE (the LTE model is available only in stainless steel). It has two buttons on the right side and a small microphone, a speaker on the left side, and the regular selection of colorful sports bands and strap is available.
It was intended to be lighter and thinner than the Active, but for the 40-mm aluminum case it is slightly thicker and heavier at 10.9 millimeters thick and 26 grams. There’s also a caveat: the 44-mm case was too large for your little wrist and there’s no medium or small bands for it, so go for 40 unless you’re sure your wrist is on the bigger end of the spectrum.
The Active2 works with both iOS and Android phones, unlike the Apple Watch Series 5. You can attach the watch to the Samsung Note 10 and iPhone 11. On iOS, a good fitness tracker is the GalaxyActive2. You can still see your patterns in sleep, check your trail runs’ linked GPS charts, your heart rate, your pace— most of the important things.
The Galaxy Active2 is beautiful, especially if you like the look of an analog watch instead of a teeny-tiny smartphone strapped to your wrist. Samsung states that the Galaxy Active2 contains eight heart rate photodiodes, four more than the Galaxy Active. More diodes means more accuracy, and that went well.
Samsung Wearable app on Android that you are unable to use in iOS. For example, you can take a picture of yourself in the Samsung Wearable app on Android and customize the watch face to suit your outfit every day. The rotating bezel was another feature that seemed to be much missed in the Galaxy Active. Although there is still no external bezel in the Galaxy Active2, it now comes with a digital bezel.