Samsung’s has a set of Galaxy Fit trackers that are designed for those who don’t necessarily need a complex smartwatch experience, but still want the basic convenience of tracking exercises and heart rate, while also receiving notifications and checking the time. During the last week, Samsung’s Galaxy Fit-e paid a visit to the company’s Albania site, and today the full spec sheet has leaked in a Portuguese retail page along with the pricing on both Gear Fit and Gear Fit-e.
Samsung’s Gear Fit-e will feature a 0.74-inch monochrome PMOLED display. It will run with a Cortex M0 processor paired with just 128KB of RAM and 4MB of storage. The fitness tracker only supports incoming notifications without the option to reply. Furthermore, it boasts motion detection, sleep analysis and heart rate tracking.
The battery cell inside the Fit-e features only 70mAh and according to the South-Korean maker, it is enough to provide 10 days of usage on a single charge. The band weighs just 15 grams and features MIL-STD-810G durability plus Bluetooth 5.0 support.
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The more expensive variant – Gear Fit – will feature a 0.95-inch full-color AMOLED display. It will run with a Cortex M33F SoC alongside 2MB RAM and 32MB of storage. It will feature full notification interactions, automatic motion detection, as well as sleep, stress, and heart-rate tracking functionalities that are driven by its accelerometer, gyroscope and heart sensors.
The battery inside this variant will be a 120mAh one, and according to Samsung will last up to 7 days of autonomous use and will be charged wirelessly. The tracker weighs just 23g and features the same MIL-STD-810G ruggedness and Bluetooth 5.0 support that are present in the cheaper Fit-e variant.
Both trackers will run Samsung’s new Realtime OS. The pricing for the Gear Fit-e starts at €40/$45 while the more expensive Gear Fit will retail for €100/$110. The Gear Fit-e will be offered in White, Black, and Yellow colors, while the Fit will only be available in Black and Silver. The two fitness trackers will be available in more markets soon.