Samsung already made a Galaxy Watch Active 2, leaked render reveals

Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 Axes the Headphone Jack

Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 Axes the Headphone Jack

Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ have been the worst-kept secrets in the smartphone market over the last several months.

This early look comes courtesy of notable leaker Evan Blass, and the phone it depicts matches the Note 10 rumors we've heard before - especially the renders that came out a couple days ago that gave us a first look at the larger Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

Android Headlines has shared what it described as an "official render" for the smartwatch. Both phones will also ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack, but Samsung is apparently including a pair of wired USB-C headphones to account for the port's absence.

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Our own Corbin reviewed the current Galaxy Watch Active and liked it for the most part, noting only a few small quibbles. According to them, the image shows the new and improved Galaxy Fold which is now being tested to simulate real-world conditions. As SamMobile points out, Samsung often launches its phones in multiple markets on the same day, so there's a good chance that the Note 10 will release in the USA on the same day.

The original watch launched with a silicone strap, but the promo image clearly shows a leather strap, so either the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will release with the leather substitute or it'll be an option at launch. There are still two buttons on the right side, though the top one is now rectangular and the bottom one has a red accent around it for an unknown reason.

Samsung will likely launch both LTE and Wi-Fi-only versions of the Galaxy Watch Active 2.

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