The Galaxy Watch Active 2 finally got a feature that has been on the Apple Watch for years

The usefulness of smartwatches has been debated ever since the early, boxy, and extremely geeky models hit the market. Over the years, their position became clear — they are part fitness tracker, part discrete notification providers, part remote controls for your smartphone. But some pull off remote control better than others.

Ever since the original Apple Watch, iOS and watchOS have been able to sync through a mutual Camera app. The Watch turns into a viewfinder and a remote shutter for your iPhone. Therefore, you can prop the phone up somewhere, walk around and get yourself just right …

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