In the last week of 2019, South Korean tech major, Samsung, threw in one last surprise for its consumers in India by launching an all-new 4G variant of the Watch Active 2 in the country. This LTE version of the Watch brought with it everything that the Watch Active 2 did, but promised to be better as it could always stay connected to the outside world through its in-built e-sim capable of handling 4G networks.

Samsung launched this version of the smartwatch with a 44mm dial clad in steel, silver, black or gold finish, which regardless of the buyer’s choice would be available to them for Rs 35,990.

Now at the price, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 LTE stands out as one of the more expensive smartwatches available in the market right now. However, Samsung has attempted to justify the price tag with the support of not just 4G LTE, but also the inclusion of a number of other premium features.

We’ve had the Galaxy Watch Active 2 LTE with us for a while now. Read our review to find out if it’s the smartwatch for you.

Galaxy Watch Active 2 LTE: Design and display
For anyone who has used the original Galaxy Watch Active, the Watch Active 2 LTE’s design would definitely come as a welcome upgrade. As compared to its successor, this new 4G enabled smartwatch flaunts a slightly heftier body, with curves that are more pronounced than what we saw on last year’s Watch Active.