Samsung Galaxy Fit 2 fitness tracker has been launched in India. Galaxy Fit 2 was unveiled at the Life Unstoppable virtual event of the Korean technology giant earlier this month. It has an AMOLED display, a battery life of up to 15 days on a single charge, and provides multiple exercise modes. Taking into account the ongoing pandemic caused by the coronavirus, wearable devices have a hand washing function, which will periodically remind you to clean your hands. Samsung Galaxy Fit 2 has 5ATM waterproof performance and offers two color options.
Samsung Galaxy Fit 2 price, availability in India
Samsung Galaxy Fit 2 is priced at Rs. India 3,999. It is available in black and scarlet. From October 16, it will be available for purchase through Amazon, Samsung.com and certain offline retail stores.
Samsung Galaxy Fit 2 specifications, features
The Samsung Galaxy Fit 2 is equipped with a 1.1-inch AMOLED display that can provide 450nits of brightness to provide better visibility. It comes with a front touch button for easy navigation and simple functions such as wake up, return home and cancel. Users can customize Galaxy Fit 2 with more than 70 downloadable watch faces and 12 dedicated widgets at once.
Galaxy Fit 2 can track five automatic exercises and more than 90 exercises through the presets in the Samsung Health app. It comes with a sleep score analysis to track your sleep pattern through four stages (awake, REM, light and deep). It also has a pressure tracking function to help you check the pressure level and provide breathing guidance when a high pressure level is detected. It can also quickly access the phone’s music player.
Samsung’s Galaxy Fit 2 wearable device has 5ATM waterproof function and “water lock” mode, which is very convenient for swimming or any water activities. It is equipped with a 159mAh battery, which can provide up to 15 days of uptime on a single charge. With a minimum of all-day usage, the capacity can be increased to 21 days at most. The Galaxy Fit 2 weighs 21 grams.
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