Samsung Gear Fit 2 lands on Verizon

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The Gear Fit 2 fitness wearable, which was launched by Samsung last month alongside the Gear IconX wireless earbuds, is now available for purchase from Verizon. The carrier is selling the device through both its offline and online channels. Available in small or large band size options, the wearable costs $179.99.

Samsung Gear Fit 2 lands on Verizon

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To refresh, the Gear Fit 2 is powered by a dual core 1.0 GHz processor and sports a 1.55 inch Super AMOLED screen. It comes with 4GB of storage, and includes an optical heart-rate sensor as well as GPS connectivity for tracking your outdoor activities. It’s IP68 certified for water and dust resistance, and packs in a 200mAh battery that’s claimed to last up to 3 days of use or 5 days of standby time.

Source: gsmarena.com

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6 thoughts on “Samsung Gear Fit 2 lands on Verizon

  1. Hey gsmarena, I wrote to you a few weeks ago to let you know that there was a firmware update for Gear Fit 2, but you never published it:)

  2. Anonymous, 30 Jul 2016why this is more expensive than a cellphone*For the cellphones these mosly pair with it isn’t.

    This market segment are seen as luxury items and do generally carry a little more markup as standard.

    When prices come down (R&D costs being met);and greater quantities start to get made, we will see prices drop hugely.
    Remember when DVD players cost thousands of dollars?
    Bluray players being ten-twenty times their present cost..?

    We need thin wearbles with longer battery life anyway, so this segment is still very immature..

    Samsung having experimented with watch OS’s probably has a little more in R&D to recoup; and these curved glass ‘Fit’s’ are fairly unique.

    Missed opportunity if this thing still doesn’t have a mic. Even without a speaker.. a mic can do a lot… “OK Samsung?”

  3. whitedragon, 31 Jul 2016For the cellphones these mosly pair with it isn’t.

    This market segment are seen as luxury i… moreOh yeah, thanks buddie

  4. Anonymous, 30 Jul 2016why this is more expensive than a cellphone*Bc the people who designed it and built it and Samsung as a company need to get paid for being talented and for the effort and the hours of lavor and sacrifice they make in order to give you a flawless device like this one. This is my first Tizen base device that i own and it is so intuitive that i would never regret from paying what i paid for it. In fact, i hope they make a watch similar to this fitness band but with a wider screen…like the Gear S. I would be awesome. Considering that the Gear S sold out.

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