We know for a while that Samsung is working on a new Tizen smartwatch and recent reports have shown that it could be launched in the market as Samsung Galaxy Sport.
This name was pretty much felt because it had to be the successor to Samsung Gear Sport, but according to new findings, the South Korean company could eventually call it Samsung Galaxy Watch Active.
Data found in firmware records reveal that the smartwatch is called "pulse" and uses the model number SM-R500. As the XDA says, this model number is more or less curious, as its predecessor was known as SM-R600, but the existing data is quite reliable to believe it is the upcoming Samsung smartwatch.
The technical specifications reported in the reported source in the firmware records indicate that the Galaxy Watch Active could use an 1,3 inch circular screen and gain a small increase in 1,2 inches in Gear Sport. The same resolution (360 × 360 pixel) is likely to be used.
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Somewhat strange is that the device is said to use a battery of just 230 mAh, less than the 300 mAh used by the 2017 model, but this is likely because they could launch different dimensions.
In addition to this, Samsung could use the Exynos 9110 processor and offer GPS, NFC, heart monitor and even LTE. However, there are no indications of other more advanced tracking features such as ECG or monitoring blood pressure, as recently reported by some other sources.
There is no detail on when this new smartwatch could be released, but it could be presented at the 20 event in February. This is the same date on which Samsung will debut the series Galaxy S10.