Samsung has already made the 2nd generation of its wearable devices available in the global market including its first fitness device called the Gear Fit. The South Korean smartphone giant is yet to unveil its most rumored and leaked Galaxy F smartphone as well, and just yesterday it announced its latest flagship tablet devices dubbed Galaxy Tab S.
In terms of the wearable devices, the company is apparently not losing momentum as a new model number of a wearable device has been spotted on the FCC database. And the very fact that it appeared on the site means that it is confirmed to launch soon.
The device in question comes with a model number SM-R382, but this is not the first time that it has appeared online. Last month, the same model number hit the online world, but then we were not sure what kind of wearable device it was.
Now according to the FCC listing, the SM-R382 is certainly a smartwatch, but it remains to be seen if this is the rumored Gear 2 Solo, a SIM-enabled variant of the Gear 2 that is expected to be launched alongside the Galaxy Note 4 in September, or if it is the Android Wear-based Galaxy Wear that Samsung has confirmed.
Reportedly, it is also said that the SM-R382 is around 10mm smaller than the Gear 2 in height, which indicates that the watch might not have a hard home button or camera. It has also already passed through the Bluetooth certification and it only features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
So far, the company has not mentioned about the price and availability of the device.
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