Samsung Last August, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 debuted alongside the Galaxy Note 10. In large part, the device is a considerable improvement over the original Galaxy Watch Active due to its similar health and fitness features.
That said, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 differs from its predecessor in two fundamental ways. That is, it has the ability to make and receive calls using the new 4G model and the ability to perform an electrocardiogram [ECG].
Samsung's health manager recently stated that the company is still working on the feature and will update the fan when it arrives, such as Sam phone.
They said: "We are currently preparing for the ECG service with the Galaxy Watch Active 2.
"Please note that it may take some time to provide a stable service and we will notify you when the service is available. Thank you."
It's safe to say that if you want ECG features to appear on the Galaxy Watch soon, you might be very disappointed.
Performing ECG can help detect many abnormalities in the user's heart, such as arrhythmia, coronary heart disease, cardiomyopathy, and heart attack.
Of course, when Samsung finally releases its promised ECG features for the Galaxy Watch Active 2, Express.co.uk will update for you.