Samsung has launch its second-generation of fitness tracker wearable, Samsung Galaxy Fit 2, globally. After a month of Galaxy Watch 3, this is another smart product in Samsung’s wearables portfolio. The Galaxy Fit 2 is touted as the slimmer alternative to the company’s smartwatches. It’s biggest highlight this time is the battery life. Samsung says Galaxy Fit 2 will last up to 15 days on a single charge and it can go up to 3 weeks depending upon the settings and conditions. Also Read - Samsung phone price drop: Check new prices of Galaxy M31s, M11, and M01
The South Korean company unveiled the Galaxy Fit 2 during its ‘Life Unstoppable’ virtual event yesterday. It is yet to announce the pricing and availability for the same. All we know is that the Galaxy Fit 2 will be made available in two colour options – Black and Scarlet. It has a similar design as the original Galaxy Fit but now the color display is smaller and the tracker body is slimmer. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy A72 could be Samsung's first Penta-camera smartphone
Specifications and features
The Samsung Galaxy Fit 2 features a rectangular AMOLED touch screen, just like its predecessor, but this time body is housed inside the silicone band rather than a metal frame. Other than that Samsung hasn’t shared many details about it as yet. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy S21+ with Exynos 2100 chipset spotted on GeekBench
In terms of design, it is mostly identical but Samsung has now removed the physical button on the side and has replaced it with virtual button on the front below the screen.
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Samsung says that it added 70 different watch face options in the new Galaxy Fit 2. Apart from basic smartwatch capabilities, the Fit 2 comes with improved fitness features and can track up to five different types of workout. Users will easily get to see information such as calories burned, distance, heart rate, and more.