The first iteration of the Samsung Gear Fit was — well, let’s just say it was not what people expected from the Korean manufacturer. It was littered with flaws that stacked up to make it lose out to other wearbales that were able to give fitness enthusiasts what they wanted in a device befitting the Fit name. Rather than giving up the line completely, Samsung went back to the drawing board and, a few days ago, released the Samsung Gear Fit 2.
Right off the bat, the main difference is the slightly larger, 1.5-inch Super AMOLED Screen. This allows the would be users of the Gear Fit 2 to see more stats while working out. Powering the device is a 1GHz Dual Core Exynos 3250 Chipset, 512MB of RAM, a 200mAh Battery, plus 4GB of Internal Storage to easily let you take some tunes with you on-the-go. The device now has GPS as well and can track certain exercises, again, to make sure you get more stats to help you along to fitness goals.
Our source gave no price for the incoming wearable from Samsung, but we should be seeing one soon as its official launch is only a week away.