Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 Price List January, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

The price for Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 in Philippines starts from PHP 9511 on Shopee. It runs on a Android operating system, with a 4GB internal memory and a battery life up to 46h hours. This smartwatch weighs in at 42g and has a 1.4" Super AMOLED display with a Aluminium body. The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 supports Bluetooth, connectivity.
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The price for Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 in Philippines starts from PHP 9511 on Shopee. It runs on a Android operating system, with a 4GB internal memory and a battery life up to 46h hours. This smartwatch weighs in at 42g and has a 1.4" Super AMOLED display with a Aluminium body. The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 supports Bluetooth, connectivity.
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Cheapest Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 Price in Philippines is ₱ 9,990.00

The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 price in Philippines is ₱ 9,990.00 from Shopee. You can also choose between different Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 variants with Cloud Silver starting from ₱ 10,990.00 and Pink Gold at ₱ 10,920.00. Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 price details are updated January 2021.

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Price List by Country for Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 1,697.72 ₱ 10,526.00
Indonesia IDR 3.399.000 ₱ 11,652.00
Malaysia MYR 758.00 ₱ 9,011.00
Philippines PHP 9,990.00 ₱ 9,990.00
Singapore SGD 199.99 ₱ 7,235.00
Vietnam VND 3.399.000 ₱ 7,078.00

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Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 Specs

Display Size 1.4"
Display Resolution 360 x 360pixels
Display Type Super AMOLED
Fitness Tracker No
Heart Rate Monitor No
Sleep Tracker No
Stress Tracker No
Messaging Yes
Pedometer Yes
Battery Life 46h
Battery Type 247
Wi-Fi Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Operating System
OS Android
Android compatibility Yes
iOS compatibility No
Windows Phone Compatibility Yes
Internal Storage 4GB
RAM 1500MB
Brightness Sensor Yes
Acceleration Sensor Yes
Gyro Sensor Yes
Barometer Sensor Yes
Release Year 2019
Body Shape Round
Weight 42g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 44 x 44 x 10.9mm
Body Material Aluminium
Processor Exynos
Processor Speed 1.15GHz
Processor Core Dual Core

Reviews of Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2
Reviewed on 2020-10-09
P10,000 ($200) VS P1,000 ($20). Which is the better value smartwatch?Posted by TechamunaTechamunaTechamunaat 6:06 PMEmail ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest...
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Reviewed on 2020-09-23
The Galaxy Watch Active 2 feels even better on your wrist than the first Active -- it's comfortable during workouts and when sleeping. An updated running coach works fairly well, as long as you can deal with the Bixby voice. The touch bezel lets you navig...
Battery life on the smaller 40mm version does take a beating during workouts, especially when you have the always-on display active
It took a year, but Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active 2 finally gets its long-awaited electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), just like the Apple Watch ( $399 at Apple ), the Fitbit Sense and Samsung's latest Galaxy Watch 3. The $249 (£249, AU$549) Galaxy Watch Act...
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Reviewed on 2020-04-01
In between the Apple Watch and Wear OS is the Galaxy Watch series, Samsung's wearable companions to its phones. The Watch Active 2 is the most recent of these smartwatches to launch, and we've been wearing it for several days to see if it's worth a place...
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Reviewed on 2020-03-22
I've reviewed my fair share of Wear OS smartwatches, and while the designs and hardware is often fantastic, they always leave something to be desired. It's not the OEMs' faults either; that's all on Google and Qualcomm. One thing that I haven't dove into...
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Reviewed on 2020-01-19
The smartwatch is a divisive gadget, in that there is no overwhelming need for it in your life, but once you use it you can't imagine a life without one. From a device that merely mirrored notifications from a paired smartphone, smartwatches have now evol...
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Reviewed on 2019-12-30
Great battery life, Mimialist design, High-quality build, Great screen, Comfortable to wear all day, Works great with non-Samsung phones
Touch bezel doesn't work right out of the box, Setup still requires multiple apps and plugins to be installed
The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 is Samsung's best smartwatch yet. And it's all the better for taking a fitness-focused approach to smartwatches instead of being more of a "jack of all trades" device.Most smartwatches, in fact all smartwatches, have some...
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Reviewed on 2019-11-29
comfortable operation, constant heart rate monitoring, GPS accuracy can be increased during sports activities, on-board music storage
weak battery life
Digital bezel. Not only does the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 bring digital functions to the wrist, but Samsung has also digitalized the bezel in its elegant smartwatch. This brings a new spark into the operation of the smartwatch. With a heart rate senso...
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Reviewed on 2019-11-24
Smooth and intuitive user interface, excellent display, fair two-day battery life, rotating bezel,
Not many third-party apps, significant installation footprint on smartphone, We say The Galaxy Watch Active2 is a good looking and well crafted smartwatch with solid fitness tracking functionality and one of the best user interfaces ever implemented on a...
In terms of specifications, the Galaxy Watch Active2 is a modest incremental upgrade over its predecessor and comes in a variety of different colours with corresponding matching straps in a veritable smorgasbord of materials ranging from fluoroelastomer t...
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Reviewed on 2019-11-12
I f If you have an iPhone and want a smartwatch, there's only one choice to make: how much do you want to spend on an Apple Watch? That's because the competition in the smartwatch space is not very good right now. Although there are a few different smartw...
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Reviewed on 2019-11-12
There's There's no slam-dunk best smartwatch for Android users. From one perspective, that's a great thing because it means that there's real competition among a bunch of companies on an equal playing field. From another, though, it's a bummer because no...
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Reviewed on 2019-11-08
Stylish, great display, comprehensive fitness trackingEasy to use, great display, impressive battery lifeFantastic display, tons of fitness tracking features, smart functionsEasy to use, great display, best variety of trackable workoutsSmaller than the S3...
Unimpressive battery life, app compatibility could be betterGiant bezel, could have more smart functionsPricey, so-so battery lifeSlow to charge, limited app compatibilityNo built-in speaker, reduced set of smart functions
The Galaxy Active2 is an excellent smartwatch that is one of the first non-iOS watches that can compare to the Apple Watch in terms of looks. The Active2 is sleek, stylish, and packed with smart features and fitness tracking abilities. It has a great disp...
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Reviewed on 2019-11-07
We recently learned that Google has acquired Fitbit for $2.1 billion, a huge boost for the tech giant's floundering Wear OS and its fitness cred. It remains to be seen how well the next generation of Google's watches perform, but as of now, Samsung's Tiz...
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Reviewed on 2019-10-25
Very comfortable to wear, 2-day battery life, Sleep tracking, Clean design suitable for both work and play, Quick release pins for easy change of straps, Automatic workout tracking works mostly well,
You cannot quickly switch between watchfaces, Haptics are not great, Bixby is worse than Siri and Google Assistant, We miss the physical rotating bezel
Just half a year after the release of the original, Samsung is back at it with the more refined Galaxy Watch Active 2 that now comes in two sizes and features a few improvements. The Watch Active 2 now feels more solid and not as toy-like as the original...
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Reviewed on 2019-10-09
The Watch Active2 is butter-smooth, and apps open quickly, This watch feels premium, with an aluminum (or steel) build and every feature you can jam into a smartwatch
The $280-$300 Watch Active2 isn't as much of a fantastic deal as the $200 original model was, It's not as good as a real rotating bezel
There's no denying that Apple makes the best all-around smartwatches, especially if you care about fitness, so Android-compatible watches continue to battle for second place. The most recent entry from the Wear OS camp is the fifth-gen Fossil Q, and while...
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Reviewed on 2019-10-08
Touch-sensitive bezel, Offline Spotify, Decent battery life
Requires too many Samsung phone apps to work, Bixby, No good mapping solutions
I I have been using the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 for about a week now, and it has accomplished something remarkable: it's made me decide to stop saying there are no good smartwatch options for Android users. Released just six months after its predece...
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Reviewed on 2019-10-04
Design, Screen and graphics, Battery life, Activity and fitness tracking, Utility
Samsung apps, Bixby is inconsistent, Always on significantly reduces battery life
Samsung Galaxy Active 2 is my favorite Samsung smartwatch to date. It's also an excellent wearable, overall. From the design to the interface, the graphics, notifications, and activity tracking, the Galaxy Active 2 satisfies and often surpasses expectatio...
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Reviewed on 2019-09-27
Sleek, premium design, Sharp AMOLED display, Touch-enabled bezel for quick navigation, Bluetooth + LTE variants for more flexibility, 2 day battery life, Fantastic sleep tracking
No MST payments with Samsung Pay, Tizen app ecosystem is still lacking compared to Wear OS, Heart rate, GPS, and altimeter sensors can be wonky, Setup process still needs work
It may not have looked like it, but the original Samsung Galaxy Watch Active was in need of a refresh. There was nothing wrong with the design, but we found plenty of problems under the hood — particularly with fitness and activity tracking. That's why I...
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Reviewed on 2019-09-27
Digital rotating bezel makes navigation easier, Available in two sizes, LTE connectivity,
Inconsistent battery life and fitness accuracy in testing, Limited iOS compatibility, Thick bezel
It's been a mere six months since Samsung released the Galaxy Watch Active, but the company is already back with the Active2 (starting at $279.99). While it's not a drastic upgrade from the original model, there are some welcome changes and additions. The...
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Reviewed on 2019-08-06
Sleek design, Easy to achieve a close fit, Streamlined
App is not really helpful, Watch face is very sensitive to waking, Device heats up when streaming music, Activity tracking seems off
Lifewire / Yoona Wagener Sleek design Easy to achieve a close fit Streamlined App is not really helpful Watch face is very sensitive to waking Device heats up when streaming music Activity tracking seems off The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active is a sleek and...
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Reviewed on 2019-08-05
Sleeker design than Apple Watc, Built-in run coach and sleep trackin, Can start runs with Bixby using voic, Customizable watch faces match your outfi, Deeper Twitter and YouTube integration
ECG not launching until late, Digital rotating bezel feels a bit gimmicky
Less than six months after releasing the best Android smartwatch you can buy, the Galaxy Watch Active, Samsung is back with the Galaxy Watch Active 2 (starting at $279). This time, Samsung isn't just aiming to launch the best Apple Watch alternative for...
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