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Galaxy Watch Active 2 LTE and UAE launch in Korea this week

The Galaxy Watch Active 2 LTE and Under Armour Edition are nearing their South Korean market release, as Samsung just announced that they will be joining the Wi-Fi-only version on store shelves on October 23 and October 25, respectively.

The company intends to make this release a bit more exciting by gifting customers discount coupons for the Galaxy Buds along with every Galaxy Watch Active 2 purchased by November 30. Other coupons drop the price for smartwatch accessories, and Samsung also prepared incentives for prospective Galaxy Note 10 buyers in South Korea who may be wanting a smartwatch to go along with their new flagship phone.

Galaxy Watch Active 2 LTE and UAE nearing South Korean launch with incentives in tow

The Galaxy Watch Active 2 LTE and Under Armour Edition are similar on a technical level aside from the lack of LTE on the UAE, and both models come with a 40mm or 44mm dial. Nevertheless, the Under Armour Edition features unique UA-branded silicon straps; it includes a UA watchface and ships with MapMyRun pre-loaded along with six months of subscription to the service for free.

Samsung will sweeten the deal by offering coupons worth 50,000 won ($42) with every purchase. They are valid until the end of November and can be used to lower the price of smartwatch accessories. More so, new Galaxy Note 10 5G and Note 10+ 5G buyers who will pair their smartphone with the Galaxy Watch Active 2 LTE or UAE will receive a smartphone case and a smartwatch strap for free.

The 40mm and 44mm Galaxy Watch Active 2 LTE is priced at 449,000 won ($382) and 458,000 won ($390) respectively. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 Under Armour Edition will set customers back 330,000 won ($281) or 446,000 won ($380).

  • Model: SM-R835
  • Dimensions: 40 x 40 x 10.9mm
  • Display: 1.2"(30mm) Super AMOLED
  • CPU: Exynos 9110
  • Camera:

  • Model: SM-R825
  • Dimensions: 44 x 44 x 10.9mm
  • Display: 1.4"(34mm) Super AMOLED
  • CPU: Exynos 9110
  • Camera:

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webjunky
webjunky

Looks like a girl watch

Landon A
Landon A

T-Mobile quietly started selling it, yesterday! I am loving it, so far. The battery life is clearly not as good as the Galaxy Watch, but I am enjoying the new software features.