Samsung unveiled some remarkable tech at MWC 2014. Other than Galaxy S5, Samsung showcased another wrist-wear, the Gear Fit, which is more aimed at the fitness niche of users.
GFit is easily the most aesthetic of the trio. Inside, the Gear Fit comes with a 1.84-inch curved Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 432 x 128 pixels. It’s rich with sensors and comes with a pedometer, exercise, heart rate monitor, sleep monitor, stopwatch and timing sensors.
The device can read notifications from your smartphone and provide alerts for SMS, calls, email, push notifications from a variety of apps, media playback and more. There’s also Bluetooth 4.0 onboard.
The device is IP67 dust and waterproof, which means you can easily wear it in the shower or the pool. The device runs on a 210mAh battery, which, according to Samsung, should easily last 3-4 days of typical usage, and even an entire week should you be a low volume consumer.
Unfortunately no word of pricing yet.
Will you grab one?