Mobile Geeks get hands on with the full retail package of the Samsung Gear Fit, a beautifully crafted digital wearable device that retails for around $200 that is aimed at the health and fit conscious and geeks alike. Check out video below for a look at one of the most appealing wearables we have ever seen.
Whether we call it a smartwatch, a fitness band, a digital bangle or even a wristable, the Samsung Gear Fit is one of an increasing number of digital gadgets that come the heading of ‘Wearable’. The Gear Fit (now branded by Samsung without the ‘Galaxy’ nomenclature) is a wearable that tries its best to span both smartwatch and fitness band segments, so it should appeal to both uber-geeks looking for cool looking wearable device, or a fitness tracking device for people who really care about the performance of their bodies. Let’s check out the technical details.
Samsung Gear Fit Specifications.
• 1.83” Curved Super AMOLED Display
• 432 x 128 Resolution
• 180MHz ARM Cortex M4 Processor
• Apps: Pedometer, Exercise, Heart Rate, Sleep, Stopwatch, Timer
• Changeable Strap (Black, Orange and Mocha Grey)
• IP67 (Dust and Water Resistant)
• Bluetooth 4.0 LE
• 23.4mm x 57mm x 11.95mm
• 27 grams
• 210mAh Battery (3-4 days typical usage)
The Samsung Gear Fit is actually one of the best looking wearables we have come across this year and good part of that opinion is influenced by the device’s display. The Gear Fit has a curved Super AMOLED display which doesn’t suffer from being too small and cramped largely due to a decent 432 x 128 pixel count. It just looks stunning.