Samsung unveiled new Galaxy wearables such as watches, bands and wireless earphones


Samsung has announced the launch of several new wearables alongside the Samsung Galaxy S10 series during the Unpacked 2019 located in San Francisco, United States. The wearables in question includes the Samsung Galaxy Watch, Samsung Galaxy Fit, Samsung Galaxy Fit e, and lastly, the Samsung Galaxy Buds.

Starting off with the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active, the device comes fitted with various features such as a Blood Pressure Monitor, Stress Tracker, Fitness Tracker and more. It is also IP68 certified giving you peace of mind, especially when you bring it out for a swim due to the fact that it can withstand up to 5ATM. Not only that, but the watch also comes with voice capabilities, allowing the user to activate Bixby through the watch.


Next, on the list, the Samsung Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e are smart bands that allow the user to track various activities similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active while also being significantly cheaper. However, it does not feature a watch face and it is not as feature packed as the previous watch mentioned.

Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy Buds feature various improvements as compared to the previous generation of wireless earbuds, which is the Galaxy IconX 2018. These improvements include a slightly smaller form factor, superior sounding audio thanks to AKG as well as up to 13 hours of listening time if you include the additional charge in the compact case.


Do take note that all these accessories can be wirelessly charged through the Samsung Wireless PowerShare technology, which allows any Samsung Galaxy S10 or S10+ smartphones to do so. For more updates like this, stay tuned to

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