Samsung trying a second hand at fitness wearable with Gear Fit 2 launch
Remember Gear Fit in 2013? Samsung’s first attempt at fitness wearable didn’t meet the expectations. Today, in an another shot at this category, the company announced an upgrade over the original Gear Fit.
As you can see, the company took a sweet two and half years time with Gear Fit 2 and it surely shows in the end product. Gear Fit 2 contains the improvements all over the places.
The Gear Fit 2 boasts 1.5” curved Super AMOLED screen with 216 x 432 resolution. The different tasks are handled by 1GHz dual core Exynos 3250 processor and half gig of RAM. The in-built storage stands at 4GB and the battery capacity stands at 200mAh, which is rated as three or four days of mixed use.
The wearable runs on Samsung’s own Tizen OS. The band can be paired with any Android phone with OS 4.4+ and the minimum requirement of RAM stands at 1.5GB. The Gear Fit 2 will be available to purchase starting from June 10. The price starts at $200 and the GPS enabled one will deepen your pockets by another $50.