Looks like Samsung won't be fitting multiple launches in one event. Before the Galaxy Note 10 arrives this August, the South Korean tech firm is gearing up to release two new devices — this time, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 and Tab S6.

Tab S6 And Watch Active 2

These past few weeks have been fueled by leaks pointing to Samsung's next device iterations, such as the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Watch Active 2, and Galaxy Tab S6, and the rumor mill has been busy churning out quite a lot of possible design and specs that are reportedly for the next Galaxy Tab and Watch Active.

However, in a teaser video uploaded Tuesday, Samsung almost leaves nothing to the imagination.

The video shows clips of the rumored Galaxy Tab and Watch Active in different angles. It even corroborates previous rumors about the devices' specs. For starters, it seems to include the S Pen that can be attached behind the Tab S6 magnetically. It's all but confirmed, as seen in the teaser, that the Tab S6 will have a dual rear camera and an optional keyboard that can also be connected magnetically through pogo pins. Again, everything's all in line with previous rumors so far.

As for the Galaxy Watch Active 2, leaks about Samsung's next smartwatch have been describing a touch-sensitive bezel. The teaser video seems to agree with this, which features what looks like a glass watch face that goes all the way to the edge.

Another notable spec shown in the video is the Galaxy Watch's heart rate sensor with ECG capability — or at least that's what it looks like considering the flickering light.

Release Date

As mentioned, both the Galaxy Tab S6 and the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will be released ahead of the flagship Galaxy Note 10, which will be launched during Samsung's Aug. 7 Unpacked event in New York. The Tab S6 is set to be unveiled on July 31, while the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will be launched the following week on Aug. 5.

Again, nothing's set in stone until Samsung officially unveils everything. Make sure to check back with Tech Times as the Samsung events unfold.

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