The have just announced this.. blurb from the media: There are two watch-face sizes to choose from: 40mm and 44mm. The 44mm model weighs in at 30g, and has a 1.4in Super AMOLED always-on display with a resolution of 360 x 360. Inside you’ll find a 340mAh battery, and a dual-core Exynos 9110 chipset. The 44mm model will connect to your phone via bluetooth, and will also offer LTE connectivity for when you don’t want to carry your phone around. If you ever feel that way. The 40mm model differs only in the ways you’d expect: the display is only 1.2in, and the battery, 247mAh. It also weighs a little less, at 26g. As the cheaper option, the smaller model will only connect to your smartphone via bluetooth. Both models run the same Exynos chip, and Samsung’s Tizen smartwatch OS; they also both have 4GB of on-board storage. Both watches are bristling with sensors. Chief among these is an electrocardiogram (ECG) monitor, but there’s also a heart rate monitor, accelerometer, gyroscope and barometer. The Galaxy Watch Active 2 charges wirelessly via WPC, and is IP68 water-resistance rated. The rotating bezel found on the Galaxy Gear watches of yore is back, with a twist: it's all-digital, meaning there's no mechanical movement to fiddle with. Navigating menus is now done by sliding the virtual bezel clockwise or anti-clockwise. You’ll be able to pick up the Watch Active 2 in aluminium or stainless steel: the aluminium variant comes in Silver, Aqua Black or Pink Gold with a plastic strap, while the stainless steel model comes in silver, black or gold with a leather strap. You can get your hands (or wrists) on the Galaxy Watch Active 2 on 27 September in the US. We’ll update with UK pricing and availability as soon as it becomes available. I am interested.. release timing is good as it gives me a chance to review Apple's offering in early September before making my decision!