Rumors about Samsung working on the sequel of its not-so-successful Galaxy Gear are floating all over the internet for sometime now. What’s new is the Galaxy Band, which we cane across recently, which will act as a fitness and health-tracking wristband that monitor physical conditions such as pulse and blood pressure.
For those of you who are wondering when it will see the daylight, a rumor suggests both these gadgets will make an official appearance at Mobile World Congress 2014, where Samsung is also expected to showcase other products as well, including the highly rumored Samsung Galaxy S5.
Samsung is rumored to be working on a bunch of new tablets, most of them which we’ve seen in patent filings and FCC, along with “lite” versions of Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Grand. However, if the report from The Korean Herald is to be believed, we might witness the unveiling of the next-generation Galaxy Gear 2 as well as Galaxy Band at the event as well.
“Samsung is currently working on the Galaxy Gear 2, and the product will be surely released early next year,” said Lee Seung-woo, an analyst at IBK Securities. Another close source to Samsung, speaking anonymously, told The Korean Herald that Samsung is working on bringing the Galaxy Gear 2 under spotlight at MWC. “It’s a high possibility,” the source said.
Mobile World Congress 2014 will take place between February 24th and February 27th, so all the Samsung fans are reminded to mark their calendars for the above-mentioned dates.
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