At the Mobile World Congress 2014, we saw several handsets and tablets see the light of the day. But, this year, wearables was another category which received a lot of attention. Believe it or not, the wearables technology is becoming popular, and the trend is going to rise this year.
Recently, Samsung also unveiled a number of wearables including the Galaxy Gear 2, Galaxy Gear 2 Neo and the Galaxy Gear Fit. The predecessor of the watches received poor reviews, but this year, it seems things might turn out a little different for the Korean OEM. Samsung Galaxy Gear Fit was named as the Best Mobile Device by GSMA at the Mobile World Congress 2014.
Galaxy Gear Fit appears to be an excellent wearable device with a Super AMOLED display, but we can only find out about the true potential of the device once it’s officially available in the market. Currently, there’s no word about the pricing of the smartwatch, but it will hit retail in April globally later this year, possibly alongside the Samsung Galaxy S5.
Samsung Galaxy Gear Fit comes with a 1.84-inch curved Super AMOLED display, along with a bunch of health-related features such as a Pedometer, heart sensor and more.
We’ll update you as soon as the smartwatch is available for sale. Will you get the Galaxy Gear Fit?
Have a look at our Best Smartwatch 2014 guide for more information on the best smart watches available at the moment.
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