SAMSUNG Galaxy Watch Active2 Official KVAnnounced before the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 series, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 is finally available in stores nationwide, offering its full suite of health-tracking and connectivity features to on-the-go users.

Galaxy Watch Active2 is available in 40mm and 44mm variants in lightweight aluminium and solid stainless steel. Its watch face can also be tailored based on a color extraction algorithm to match its user’s style. Thanks to its upgraded digital touch bezel and the updated OneUI, navigation has never been easier.

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The device automatically detects fitness activities – including workouts such as running, walking, cycling, swimming, rowing machine, eliptical machine, and dynamic workout. Its updated Running Coach also gives fitness insights in real-time.

Galaxy Watch Active2 comes with the sleep and meditation app Calm, which offers improved sleep analysis and suggestions for stress relief. all while delivering unlimited access to guided meditation programs.

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Integration with Spotify allows users to listen to their favorite songs right from their wrist, all they have to do is login to their Samsung account for a seamless listening experience.

Users can also make and receive calls and access various social media platforms. Equipped with a Watch Camera Controller, it can even be used to take photos, record videos, and preview footage from the smartwatch when it’s successfully paired with a Galaxy Smartphone. It also supports real-time voice and text translation in over 16 languages.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 is priced at PhP19,990 ,PhP16,990, and PhP13,990 for the 44mm Stainless Steel, 44mm and 40mm Aluminium models, respectively. The Aluminium variant comes in two colors – Cloud Silver and Aqua Black, while the Stainless Steel variant comes in Silver.


Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.