Samsung recently updated its watch series with the launch of Samsung Galaxy Watch 3. And, now it has launched a new fitness tracker; Samsung Galaxy Fit 2.
Samsung Galaxy Fit 2 is an updated version of the original Galaxy Fit with improved battery life and a bigger display.
The new Fit 2 is now using a plastic model instead of the metal and it uses a silicone band. It is using a cheaper material than the original Fit. So, it could come in at a lower price than the original Galaxy Fit. It has Ip68 water-resistance as well.
One of the other changes compared to the Samsung Galaxy Fit is the removal of the physical button. So, it’s now full reliant on it’s 1.1-inch AMOLED display. And, you can use more than 70 different face options for the display.
The band is also quite lightweight at just 21g and packs a large 159 mAh battery. Samsung promises that the new Galaxy Fit 2 can last for at least 15 days and up to 3 weeks if you switch to power saving modes. The battery is a big update compared to its predecessor and it also looks to beat the popular Mi Band 5.
Samsung Galaxy Fit 2 is only a fitness tracker with options to track calories burned, heart rate, step, distance covered, and sleep patterns. And, it can automatically detect up to five different types of fitness activities.
Samsung hasn’t revealed it’s pricing and release details. But presumably, the company will have more information to share in the coming weeks.
Also, watch our Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 review video!