Samsung has been reportedly boiling three wearable devices that
First on the list is the Samsung Galaxy Fit. This smartwatch from Samsung follows the previous Samsung Galaxy Sport smartwatch which according to Forbes, a possible rival of the Fitbit and other fitness-centric smartwatches.
Details of the Samsung Galaxy Fit was first spotted via the Bluetooth SIG site where it bared the serial number SM-R370 and was tagged as a Smart Wearable Device. Aside from that, Samsung will also launch, which we speculate, a possible higher version of the Galaxy Fit smartwatch, the Galaxy Fit E with the serial number SM-R375. As to what’s the difference between the two, details are yet to be unveiled. However, rumors suggest that the “E” possibly signs eSIM support.
According to TechRadar, the Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit E could be the successor of the recent Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro, hence, could go with the name, Samsung Gear Fit 3. However, Forbes suggests that Samsung could be rebranding its new sets of wearable devices from Gear to the Galaxy branding.
Meanwhile, along with the Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit E listings, the Bluetooth SIG site revealed a possible successor to the IconX earbuds, the Samsung Galaxy Buds.
Based on the FCC filing, the Samsung Galaxy Buds will run under Bluetooth 5.0 support with 8GB internal storage. BGR said that these Galaxy Buds are rumored to sport AKG tuning for better sound quality and a more improved battery life. As to its variants, the source speculates it will come with three colors — black, yellow, and white.
Speculations suggest that Samsung will be revealing all of these new wearable devices on the next Unpacked event. Well, the smartphone maker had the reputation of unveiling its new devices all in one go just like back in August 2017 when the company showcased Gear Sport smartwatch, the Gear Fit Pro 2 tracker, and the Gear IconX earbuds.
What are your thoughts about these new wearable devices from Samsung? Let us know in the comment section below. We’ll do a live update on February 20 to keep you posted on what’s happening in the Unpacked 2019 event. So, stay tuned!