The watch is priced at 28,490 ₹ and will be available from July 11th at retail stores, Samsung Opera House, Samsung.com and leading internet portals.
Samsung on Thursday unveiled its first “Made in India” smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch Active2 4G Aluminum Edition, and said the company will make all of its smartwatches in the country.
Samsung's first “Made in India” wearable built
with a 1.4 ”(360 × 360) Super AMOLED display with touch bezel and Corning Gorilla Glass DX +. The device weighs 30g and is powered by a 340mAh battery.
The Galaxy watch comes with 1.5GB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage, and also runs on Tizen OS. It has an embedded SIM with 4G LTE BT v5. 0, WiFi: 802.11 b / g / n 2.4 Ghz, NFC GPS and Glonass for networking and interoperability.
“The Galaxy Watch Active2 4G is our first watch to be made in India,” said Mohandip Singh, SVP, Mobile Business at Samsung India.
With this wearable device, “we also started manufacturing our entire range of 18 smartwatches in India through the Make for India program,” he added.
The watch is priced at 28,490 ₹ and will be available from July 11th at retail stores, Samsung Opera House, Samsung.com and leading internet portals in the country. The company offers 10% cashback and 6 months no EMI costs until July 31st to buyers.
The smartwatch will be sold in nine colors, three sizes and two designs. The wearable can also be customized with standard watchbands and faces from the app store.
The Galaxy watch comes with 39 workout trackers, most of which focus on home exercise. Users can access internal, video-driven programs on the Samsung health platform. It can also sync and record statistics from the watch for each workout on the calendar. New sleep and stress analysis algorithms help you keep track of your stress levels.