Check notifications and track fitness goals with this 44mm Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 smartwatch. The Super AMOLED screen and touch bezel make it easy to access apps, return texts and stream music. This black Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 smartwatch has advanced sensors that let you track your exercises and monitor your heart rate.
Compatible with Android and iOS devices
Galaxy Watch Active2 pairs seamlessly with Android and select iOS devices.¹
Better insights to reach your fitness goals
Get more out of every movement with Galaxy Watch Active2. Its advanced sensors keep your pace and help you better achieve your run goals.
It automatically tracks your most popular activities, from cycling to swimming. You can also manually start tracking additional exercises, so your watch is working harder for you.
Heart health monitoring
You can see if your heart rate is where you want it with Galaxy Watch Active2. You will be automatically alerted if your watch detects a high or a low heart rate.²
Sleep and stress monitoring
Galaxy Watch Active2's built-in sleep tracker offers valuable insights on how to get a better night's sleep. It also monitors your stress level and helps you recenter with the integrated Calm app.²
Super AMOLED display
The Super AMOLED display is all screen from edge to edge. The touch bezel allows you to easily navigate with a quick turn, touch, or tap.
Connected, even on the move
With LTE connectivity, you can leave your phone behind. Call, text, pay⁴, or stream Spotify or YouTube right from your wrist; and receive all of your notifications quickly and discreetly.
Do more with Bixby
Galaxy Watch Active2 listens to your commands with Bixby voice functionality.³ Tell it to read your texts, make a call, or crank up your Spotify playlist.
Leave your wallet at home; Samsung Pay, accepted at most standard checkouts, is right on your Galaxy Watch Active2.⁴
Understand your health
Take a deeper dive with the Samsung Health app on your phone to gain better insights into your overall health data so you can set new goals.²
With a thin, light design, Galaxy Watch Active2 is fit for any time and for any occasion, from working out to sleeping in.
Stay on top of everything
Stream Spotify and YouTube, get quick help with Google Translate, make and take calls with a built-in mic or your Buds, and send texts with voice or customizable replies.¹
¹ For a list of compatible smartphones and features, please visit https://www.samsung.com/galaxywatch/device-compatibility.
² This device and related software are not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease.
³ Most Bixby voice functionality requires LTE or Bluetooth connection to a phone. LTE version requires initial set up for standalone use.
⁴ Samsung Pay is not available on iOS smartphones. After initial setup, Samsung Pay on Galaxy Watch Active2 can make at least five transactions without reconnecting to a network.
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A:AnswerThe esim is built in on the lte model. All u need to do is download the samsung wearables app on play store on your cell phone. Go to the section where is says networks/mobile networks. Check that you want lte service on your device. You will then select your carrier ie Verizon. Verizon will take you to their website and ask for your email and verizon password. It will then bring up your account and you check the device you want to add. Then they send you a confirmation email saying your watch has been added to your Verizon account for 10.00 per month plus a one time 30 dollar activation fee. There is no yearly contract so you can cancel it anytime. Make sure you add it as a Numbershare device. It will then share the same phone number as your cell phone and only cost you 10.00 a month. If you add it as a standalone device it will have it's own phone number and cost you 20 dollars a month. These choices are clearly outlined for you by Verizon at sign up. Process takes 5 minutes.....quick and easy do it yourself thru Samsung Wearable app from the Play Store!
A:AnswerYes.....they can and will. But I found it was easier to do myself through the Samsung Wearables app. When you first set up your phone on the app....it will ask if you want to add lte service through your carrier. Just answer yes and it will connect you to Verizon website. Enter your Verizon password and email....Verizon will ask if you want to set it up as a numbershare device or standalone.....choose numbershare device. It will cost you 10 dollars month plus one time 30 dollar activation fee. If you choose to add it as a standalone device it will cost you 20 dollars a month with 40 dollar one time activation fee. Numbershare allows you to make and take phone calls .....send and receive texts ....read notifications and emails.....listen to spotify and music....and connect to internet without your phone around. You can cancel the service anytime u decide. It takes about 5 minutes to sign up through the Samsung Wearables app you download from the Playstore on your cell phone. You can do it when you first set up your phone on the app or skip it until later on after you play with your phone for awhile. Then go back into the app and select the section on networks/ mobile networks ....its almost automatic from there....a few questions and your on lte! Easy!!! Just make sure you have set up an account with your carrier ie Verizon.....and have a password to get in. I have the unlocked 44 MM samsung galaxy 2 lte bought from best buy on black friday....it's great with my Samsung note 10 plus cell....the samsung galaxy earbuds....and the samsung wireless quick charger....they all work together seamlessly....amazing!
A:AnswerI spoke with Samsung today after finding no stores, best buy and others, have the late model available. It's not sold out, but they have not received the watch from Samsung. After speaking with Samsung, they do not even have the late model for sale yet as of today. For some reason Samsung has released the Bluetooth version only today and there seems to be no info available as to why. Craig