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Samsung launches 4G variant of Galaxy Watch2 in India

Gurugram: South Korean tech giant Samsung announced on Monday the launch of Galaxy Watch Active2 4G by 35,990 to further diversify the range of 4G smartwatches in India.

“With the launch of Galaxy Watch Active2 4G, Samsung now has the widest range of 4G-enabled smartwatches in India, covering 2 unique design templates, 3 sizes, and 6 color finishes. The new design language and the new digital user interface of the bezel in combination with the perfect 4G connectivity make this watch an essential element for those looking for a combination of style and functionality, “said Aditya Babbar, director of mobile business at Samsung India.

According to the company, the smartwatch comes with e-sim connectivity, which helps consumers stay connected and allows them to make and receive calls freely from the watch without having to keep their phone close

Users can access social networking applications with just one touch, even when they are away from their smartphones.

It comes equipped with advanced sensors that accurately track up to 39 different activities with automatic tracking for popular activities, such as walking, running, biking, rowing, elliptical trainer, dynamic training and swimming.

It comes with an updated “Running Coach” that provides access to seven different race programs and allows users to control their race pace in real-time.

In addition, Galaxy Active2 4G provides access to guided meditation programs through integration with the “Calm” sleep and meditation application, allowing consumers to have access to improved sleep analysis.

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