Samsung’s Gear Fit2 Pro pre-orders are now live. Officially announced at IFA 2017, the Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro is finally available for pre-order via Amazon.com in USA. The Gear Fit2 Pro price is $199.99 and releases on September 15.
Samsung’s new Gear Fit2 Pro fitness tracker furthering its commitment to making waves in what is still a nascent wearable market. It runs Tizen, company’s homegrown mobile operating system, which itself is trying to find significant traction.
To ensure the current generation Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro perform well, the company is betting on offline music support through Spotify, a capability that its predecessor Gear S3 was also supposed to have but never did. Much of the other design choices and capabilities remain the same.
The Samsung Fit2 Pro sports a larger 1.5-inch AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 216 x 432. It houses a 200mAh battery, which you will have to charge using a cable. It comes in two color options as well: Black and Black with Red. The touchscreen display will allow you to read and skim through real-time updates and notifications, the company said.
It is powered by a 1.0GHz dual-core processor and 4GB of internal storage. The fitness tracker comes with a 512MB memory and rated as water resistant to 5ATM and also carry MIL-STD-810G certification. It also offers heart rate sensors, and Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity options. The GPS radio sensors also available in the wearable is there to ensure improved tracking. It will also work with Android smartphones and iPhone 5 or above.