Earlier today, Samsung Electronics released a press release to introduce its updated Galaxy Watch Active2, the latest addition to the Galaxy smartwatch portfolio – before the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 on Wednesday in New York. Samsung's copycat ECG feature is built-in clockwise, but cannot be promoted as it has yet to receive FDA approval.
As part of the Galaxy family, the Galaxy Watch Active2 is purposefully designed with new, intuitive and refined features to provide more customization for consumers' personal lifestyles, improve their health and well-being, and enable seamless, connected lifestyles. 
Samsung's specifications for their new watch show a "Heart Rate Monitoring (with 8 photodiodes), Electrocardiogram (ECG)," though their marketing says nothing about it because Samsung didn't get the right US FDA approval to promote it . It's a rushed addition to be safe ̵
The Galaxy Watch Active2 has a brand new upgrade to Samsung's signature rotating frame – making it digital to make it even more convenient to navigate while maximizing screen size. Now directly on the curved Super AMOLED screen, the rotating touch frame rotates clockwise as well as counterclockwise to advance screens, allowing you to easily select favorite tabs. In addition, the upgraded One UI offers a simple, clear and natural user experience for navigation.
Galaxy Watch Active2 makes it easy to stay connected with your life and your other devices, even while away or on the go. Galaxy Watch Active2 with LTE connectivity lets you make and receive calls freely from the clock, while apps like social media viewers are available at the touch of a finger and offer more interaction with your content. Now you can enjoy a social post, and even watch a short video clip right off your wrist. You can even travel across the globe with greater confidence, as Galaxy Watch Active2 now supports convenient real-time voice and text translation in over 16 languages.
In addition to a press release that you can see here, there is the Engadget review of Galaxy Watch Active2 presented below.
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