Samsung has leaked its upcoming wearables lineup through its Galaxy Wearable app for Android ahead of its February 20 event.
As spotted by Twitter account SamCentralTech, and reported by The Verge, the initial "pick your device" screen of the app reveals the names and marketing images for a new Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Fit fitness trackers, and Galaxy Buds.
Galaxy Buds are the least known of the three products, serving as Samsung’s latest AirPods competitor. They won’t be Samsung’s first pair of truly wireless earphones, succeeding the Gear IconX in 2016, but rumors suggest they’ll be able to charge wirelessly on the back of the upcoming Galaxy S10.
As for the Galaxy Watch Active, the app reveals the bezel-less smartwatch will be available in a 40mm size in at least two colors.
Samsung will be hosting a media event on Wednesday, February 20 at 11 a.m. Pacific Time at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, where it is widely expected to unveil a trio of new Galaxy S10 smartphones alongside these wearables.
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