South Korean giant Samsung may be planning to announce more wearable devices in the near future in addition to the three new devices unveiled at this year's MWC.
Earlier in the day, Engadget has discovered an FCC filing that clearly hints at a new Samsung made wearable, dubbed the "S-Circle".
The forthcoming wearable device, the S-Circle, has a model number EI-AN900A. The same device was spotted at the Bluetooth SIG a while back.
The FCC filing describes the device as a fitness tracker that would have Bluetooth support.
At the same time, Engadget believes that the upcoming fitness band (S-Circle) will be the part of S Band family that was launched alongside the Samsung Galaxy S4.
The report further stated that the S-Circle will be a low- cost fitness band. The device will transmit heart rate data to Samsung's S-Health app. It is widely assume that the device would not have a display. The Samsung S-Circle could be slightly priced on a lower side, when being compared with the newly introduced Gear 2 (including Gear 2 Neo) and Gear Fit.
In another report, the retail prices of Samsung Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit, have apparently leaked.
Sources close to Sam Mobile revealed that the South Korean giant Samsung won't sell the Gear 2 for less. It is expected to cost €299 or Rs. 25,399 approximately.
Whereas, Samsung's other wearable devices, notably, the Gear 2 Neo and Gear fit would cost €199 each or Rs. 16,904 approximately.
Samsung says its newest wearable devices will hit retail market in April.
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