Samsung is getting ready to release their fitness trackers, the Galaxy Fit and the Galaxy Fit e

The tech giant Samsung is getting ready to launch a slew of new wearable products, such as smartwatches, fitness trackers, and Bluetooth headphones.

As of earlier this week, the smartwatch had already obtained FCC certification, so we knew it would soon be available. However, there is one item that is not known at this time, and that is the name of it.

It was previously thought that the timepiece would be dubbed the Galaxy Watch Sport. However, it has now come to light that it may instead be branded the Galaxy Watch Active. It is anticipated that the revised version of the Gear Sport will place a greater emphasis on physical activity than the first Galaxy Watch. This prediction holds true regardless of which of the two options Samsung chooses.

In addition to this, it was disclosed today through a new Bluetooth SIG certification that Samsung is also working on a Galaxy Fit fitness bracelet. This will mark the beginning of Samsung’s transition of its entire Galaxy range of fitness trackers to use the Galaxy brand name. Aside from the name of the device, its model number (SM-R370), and the fact that it will have support for Bluetooth 5.0 connections, the file contains no other information that could be useful.

Another model is described in this paper, and it is referred to as the Galaxy Fit e. The model number for this model is SM-R375, and it is given the model name Galaxy Fit e. There is no clear explanation for the significance of this additional letter. There is a possibility that this version will have support for eSIM. Other than that, the only other piece of information that is known is that the Galaxy Fit will be available in at least four colors, specifically black, white, silver, and yellow.

The popular Gear Fit2 will be redesigned as the new edition of this wristband for exercise. It was released in the middle of 2017, and it has a gorgeous curved full-color Super AMOLED screen that shows real-time activity numbers in addition to SMS and other alerts. Under the hood, you will find a barometer, gyroscope, accelerometer, and heart rate sensor, in addition to a GPS for mapping your runs. In addition, the premium Pro version is water-resistant to depths of up to 50 meters.

All of this, and possibly even more, should be included in the upcoming Galaxy Fit 2 and Fit 2 e. Perhaps a battery life that is longer than the current range of five days, further activity analysis, and NFC support for Samsung Pay.

As for when the new smartwatch and fitness bracelets will be available to purchase, we are keeping our fingers crossed that Samsung will unveil them at their Unpacked 2019 event, which will take place on February 20.

The Galaxy Buds are yet another brand-new wearable gadget, and they could very well make an appearance during the event. They only recently received their Bluetooth certification from the same organization, and they will be the successors of the Gear IconX from 2018 when it is released.

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