The device is listed on au's website to go on sale on October 25 with a list of partner stores that would sell the foldable phone.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy Watch 4G will be available in both 46mm and 42mm variants at Rs 30,990 and Rs 28,490, respectively.
The Watch Active2 steel comes in silver, black and gold finish at Rs 31,990 while the Watch Active2 aluminium comes in black, rose gold along with cloud silver finish at Rs 26,990. It comes in the 44 mm size. Unlike the Galaxy A90 5G, the smartphone will not come with the 5G support meaning it should be priced less than its predecessor. The Galaxy Watch LTE has A rotating bezel on top, it comes with eSIM connectivity.More news: Gowdy joins Trump's personal legal team
Besides the new foldable device included in the box Aramid Fiber Cover and Samsung Care+ that will protect the device from accidental damage for 1 year. The eSIM will work with Airtel and Jio and will mirror the user's phone number. The company is promising 16 hours music playback and 80 hours on Bluetooth mode alone. One is a lightweight aluminum case with a casual strap, and the other features a stainless steel body with leather bands.
With advanced wellness features and fitness tracking, it aims to help users achieve health goals as well as answer calls, respond to text messages, use Global Positioning System mapping, stream music and more, all from the wrist. They run on Samsung's own Tizen system. The second is a 7.3-inch QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED display with an aspect ratio of 4.2:3. The Tab S6 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and is backed by Adreno 640 GPU. Like the Watch 4G, the Watch Active 2 also comes preloaded with 39 activity presets and has updated sensors for better health monitoring.
There is a three camera-system at the rear, a 16MP Ultra Wide Camera, a 12MP Wide-angle Camera and a 12MP Telephoto Camera. It has four speakers.More news: Samsung Could Be Launching Galaxy S11 Lite
There is an optical fingerprint sensor embedded into the display itself, which is a first for the company.
Considering that these specs are very close to what the Galaxy S10e is offering, and that Samsung will have two identical phones with different marketing names out there, we advise you to keep skeptical about this for now.More news: Daniil Medvedev sees off Stefanos Tsitsipas to reach Shanghai Masters final