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1 Availability may vary by market or operator. The update will initially be available on Bluetooth versions of the Galaxy Watch Active2 and will roll out to LTE versions shortly thereafter. Requires the latest version of the Galaxy Wearable app and Galaxy Watch Active2 plugin.
2 When you select “running” under the exercises feature in Samsung Health, your Galaxy Watch Active2 will automatically perform running analysis and measure your VO2 max. For an accurate reading, you should only measure VO2 max while running outdoors at a high intensity for at least 20 minutes.
3 To activate on mobile: Open the Galaxy Wearable app > select ‘SOS’ > Turn on ‘Detect falls’ and add the contact that you want to receive your SOS notifications. Fall Detection recognizes falls when the user is engaged in dynamic motion, not when staying still. To notify an emergency contact, a network connection is required. GPS accuracy may be affected by obstructions to the satellite signal, such as buildings.
4 Available in 9 languages, including English, French, German, Italian, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish and Ukrainian.
5 Compatible with Galaxy smartphones with One UI 2.5 or above and an AR Emoji Camera; Supports a maximum of 45 stickers in total: Three AR Emoji avatars, with a maximum of 15 stickers each.
6 Compatible with Galaxy smartphones with the Bitmoji app; Supports 30 stickers maximum. This feature is available to users that have installed the latest version of the Bitmoji app on their smartphone.