Samsung Galaxy Watch Active (SM-R500), Galaxy Buds (SM-R170), Galaxy Fit (SM-R370) and Galaxy Fit Mini (SM-R375) devices have been certified by IMDA (Info-communications Media Development Authority) agency in Singapore.
While the Unpacked Event on February 20 will be used to announce the Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e smartphones, the South Korean company may debut these wearable devices at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 tech expo that will be organized at Barcelona, Spain.
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active
The specifications of the Galaxy Watch Active have already surfaced earlier this week. It is speculated arrive with a 1.1-inch AMOLED display and 236 mAh battery. It will lack support for rotatable bezel. It will be powered by Exynos 9110 chipset and it will offer 8 GB of internal storage. The Tizen OS will be available preinstalled on the Galaxy Watch Active. The other features of the smartwatch include 50 ATM water resistance, Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-Fi. It won’t carry support for 3G or LTE connectivity.It is expected to release in colors like Black, Gold, Silver and Green. The Galaxy Watch Active have been approved by FCC in the U.S., Taiwan’s NCC, and South Korea’s NRRA.
Samsung Galaxy Buds
The wireless Galaxy Buds may come with 58-mAh battery and the case that will come along with 252 mAh more power. It could be charged wirelessly through the reverse charging feature of the upcoming Galaxy S10 series. For stand-along usage, it will have 8 GB of internal storage. The other features of the Galaxy Buds include Bluetooth 5.0 support and IPX2 sweat resistance. It has also bagged approvals from Bluetooth SIG, FCC, NRRA and TKDN in Indonesia.
Samsung Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit Mini
The Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit Mini devices have been approved by Bluetooth SIG body and South Korea’s NRRA authority. It may come in multiple colors like Black, Silver, White and Yellow. The device had the name ‘Galaxy Fit e’ assigned to it as spotted in Bluetooth SIG certificate. These could be fitness tracking devices and the ‘e’ could also stand for earbuds!
With all these devices getting the approvals in one go, we can be sure they will be officially announced before the end of the month.