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Samsung Brings Three New Wearables To Their 2019 Lineup

They’re here to make life more connected than ever before.

As part of the “next decade of Galaxy”, Samsung is upping their wearables game withe introduction of 3 new devices. This includes the Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Buds. All these devices are made to seamlessly connect to your lifestyle and Samsung’s other new range of smartphones.

Being a sporty twist on the Galaxy Watch, the all-new Galaxy Watch Active comes with a sporty new design that is thin, light and versatile. Galaxy Watch Active takes a holistic approach to monitoring everything that matters most. Its exercise, sleep, stress and health tracking features make Galaxy Watch Active a personal lifestyle coach for those seeking a healthier body and mind.

 

Another new sports wearable is the Galaxy Fit, which allows for easy and intuitive tracking to help you reach your fitness goals. It automatically starts tracking your activity when you walk, run, bike, row, or start a dynamic workout. You can also manually select from more than 90 different activities in the Samsung Health app on your smartphone, and Galaxy Fit will automatically start to track your chosen workout. Plus, with enhanced sleep analysis and smart stress management, you can monitor your wellbeing at any time of the day.

The last new Galaxy wearable is the Galaxy Buds, which was heavily rumoured and as is now finally unveiled. Galaxy Buds offers a supreme listening experience, with sound by AKG. Enhanced Ambient Sound allows you to hear your surroundings clearly even while the buds are in your ears, so you can remain aware of your environment at the same time as you listen to your favorite tunes. It also has up to 6 hours of battery and has Bixby support.

All these wearables were made to connect seamlessly to the S10 line of Galaxy smartphones, with one feature they all share, with that being they can all be charged wirelessly through the S10 itself. The Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Buds will be available from March 8th, while the Galaxy Fit will be available sometime after that.