Samsung Gear Fit
Samsung Gear Fit

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]oday’s good news for fitness fanatics and wearable technology geeks alike comes from Samsung and the introduction of the Samsung Gear Fit. Unlike the other devices in the Samsung Gear family, the Gear Fit is not just a smart watch. Think of it as a fitness tracker on steroids (in a good way) with a curved touch screen that fits comfortably around your wrist.

[pull_quote_center]The Gear Fit blends style, fitness and convenience to provide ultimate connectivity for the active mobile consumer.[/pull_quote_center]

Unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the new device is described as the industry’s first curved, Super AMOLED wearable device for the active consumer. It promises to empower its users to stay physically active without sacrificing their personal style or mobile connectivity.

Whether used as a standalone or paired with a mobile phone (or another compatible Samsung device), the Samsung Gear Fit puts people in charge of their personal and active lives while staying connected so they never miss a moment.


The Samsung Gear Fit was designed to comfortably contour to consumers’ wrists while offering a vivid Super AMOLED display. It’s much more than an everyday fitness band though. The device keeps its users up to date with instant notifications from compatible Galaxy smartphones and devices.

Things like incoming phone calls, emails, text messages, alarm, S-planner and third party apps will ensure its users stay connected at all times.

Changeable straps will let its users express their personal style and change the device’s look to match their outfit, mood or type of activity.

The Samsung Gear fit also provides the superior connectivity benefits of Samsung wearable technology with a custom, real time fitness coaching to provide unique, personalised advice and workout recommendations.

[quote_box_center]The availability and pricing of the Samsung gear Fit are yet to be confirmed – [/quote_box_center]