Alongside the Galaxy Tab A7, Samsung also announced the Galaxy Fit2 during its Life Unstoppable event. Naturally set to replace last year’s edition of the smart band, it features incremental changes of over its previous iteration.
The Samsung Galaxy Fit2 comes with a rectangular touch display, as you’d expect, but with a slight twist. Rather than have a physical button on the side, it now comes with a capacitive one like a phone. The module itself also sits enclosed in a silicone band.
Probably the highlight of the Galaxy Fit2 is its battery life. The company says that it can last for as long as 15 days. And if you tweak the settings to maximise battery life, this can go up all the way to 21 days.
And of course, it comes with all the features you’d expect from a smart band. It tracks five different activities, and it also gives you data like calories burned, heart rate, and sleep monitoring.
Samsung itself has been light on details when it comes to specific specs. But according to GSMArena, it will have a 1.1-inch AMOLED display with a 3D curved glass, a 159mAh battery, Bluetooth 5.0 and WiFi ac connectivity.
But, as with the Tab A7, Samsung did not provide any details for the price of the Galaxy Fit2. The same goes for its availability.