associate sponsors

Havells
HDFC

The Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro is expected to launch alongside the Galaxy Note 8; pricing leaked

The price of the Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro, expected to launch alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 today, may have been leaked on Twitter.

Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro

Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro

Evan Blass, serial leakster, revealed that the device will retail for $199.99 in the US. VentureBeat reports that the device will succeed the existing Gear Fit2 and offer more functionality and features, such as better water resistance and music playback. In fact, the device is said to be resistant up to 5 atmospheres of pressure, making it suitable to swim with. The device will also sync with the Speedo On app to monitor your swim.

VentureBeat adds that the device will support iOS and Android and that it will come with a subscription to Under Armour’s digital services.

The device is likely to be powered by the Samsung Tizen OS, the same one that powers that Fit2 currently. Pocket-Lint reports that the device was initially leaked by Samsung Australia, who accidentally posted a listing for the product on their site.

While it’s been leaked that the device will support offline music playback via Spotify, there are no details as to memory capacity. VentureBeat claims that the device is also getting a new wrist strap, which replaces the snap clap on the earlier model.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to launch at 8.30 pm today. Be sure to drop by at that time for full coverage of the event.


Updated Date: Aug 23, 2017 11:42 AM

Also Watch

Social Media Star: Abhishek Bachchan, Varun Grover reveal how they handle selfies, trolls and broccoli
  • Monday, July 16, 2018 It's a Wrap: Soorma star Diljit Dosanjh and Hockey legend Sandeep Singh in conversation with Parul Sharma
  • Monday, July 16, 2018 Watch: Dalit man in Uttar Pradesh defies decades of prejudice by taking out baraat in Thakur-dominated Nizampur village
  • Monday, July 16, 2018 India's water crisis: After govt apathy, Odisha farmer carves out 3-km canal from hills to tackle scarcity in village
  • Sunday, July 15, 2018 Maurizio Sarri, named as new Chelsea manager, is owner Roman Abramovich's latest gamble in quest for 'perfect football'

Also See