Samsung has recently released a teaser about the Galaxy Watch Active 2 and the Tab S6 Tablet on YouTube. Samsung has been teasing us with these devices for the last few weeks. From the teaser, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 is going to be launched on the 5th August and the Tab S6 is being launched on the 31st July (tomorrow). At the Samsung Unpacked event, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will not be launched alongside the Note 10.
The Galaxy Tab S6 has no official price or release dates so far. But, we have quite a lot of rumours and leaks to work with. The tablet will have the Snapdragon 855 chipset, a 7,040mAh battery and the AMOLED screen will be 2560 x 1600. Apparently, there will be two lenses on the back, a 13MP f/2.0 and a 5MP f/2.2. On the front, there is an 8MP f/2.0 that's complete with facial recognition. The tablet having two rear cameras sounds a little wasteful. Two cameras aren't necessary on tablets as they aren't used that much for photography. Not by most normal people at least.
The device will be lighter than the Tab S4, which weighed about 480g. The tab S6 weighs 420g - an approximate 60g difference. The dimensions of the device will be 244.5 x 159.5 x 5.7mm.
The Galaxy Watch Active 2 has some very nice features coming to it. These include the electrocardiogram, which may not be available at the time of its release as it needs approval from the US FDA. The other two, as you may know, are falling detection and afib notifications. The falling detection detects when you are falling and will contact an emergency contact if you cannot get up again. Afib notifications is to notify you when your heartbeat is irregular. You can use recordings to show to a professional and to potentially get help or advice.