Samsung showed off the Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Fit on Wednesday.
Galaxy Watch Active ($200) includes exercise, sleep, stress and health tracking. Through a new research app, users can monitor their blood pressure. It goes on sale March 8 in the United States.
Similarly, Galaxy Fit tracks exercise, such as walking, running and biking, and offers sleep analysis and stress management features. Users can also receive information such as messages and alerts from their smartphone to the device. It will be available in the second quarter, and pricing has not yet been released.
Galaxy wireless earbuds
Samsung also unveiled a new version of its Galaxy wireless earbuds, which have improved sound quality and are 30% smaller than the previous version.
The earbuds also allow users to control Samsung’s voice assistant Bixby on their S10 phone. Bixby can now understand three new languages: German, Italian and Spanish.
The Galaxy Buds have enough battery life for 5 hours of calls and up to 6 hours of streaming on a single charge. For comparison, Apple’s AirPods feature 2 hours of talk time, and 5 hours of listening time on a single charge.
The new wireless earbuds ($130) are available on March 8.