Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro likely gets confirmed; Gear Sport clears FCC

Samsung to launch Gear Sport at IFA 2017.

    The existence of the Gear Fit 2 Pro has been officially confirmed by the company after the wearable device was spotted by FCC (Federal Communications Commission). The name has been spotted on the official Samsung website with the model number SM-R365.

    Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro likely gets confirmed; Gear Sport clears FCC

    According to a report by SamMobile, none of the details about the Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro are known as yet but the device is believed to feature a design that is similar to that of the standard Gear Fit 2. There are speculations that this one might feature enhanced step-tracking accuracy. There are claims that the device might be made official around the end of this month along with the Galaxy Note 8.

    A different report by SamMobile has spilled the beans about its upcoming wearable device. It looks like the next hybrid smartwatch from Samsung will be called Gear Sport. The device was spotted visiting the FCC with features such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support but the other details remain unknown.

    From the FCC documentation, a schematic of how the wearable device might look like has been revealed. The Gear Sport appears to resemble the existing Samsung Gear smartwatches in terms of design with a round form factor. However, it is suggested that the Samsung Gear Sport is meant to bridge the gap that exists between a fitness tracker and a smartwatch.

    Right now, there is no mention on when exactly the South Korean tech giant will unveil a Gear Sport hybrid smartwatch. While the Gear Fit 2 Pro is believed to be launched sometime around the launch of the Galaxy Note 8, the Gear Sport is likely to be showcased at the IFA 2017 show floor in Berlin.

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