Samsung held a press conference in Berlin yesterday ahead of the official opening of IFA 2017, and unveiled its two new wearables ⌚️ that we've been expecting for some time now - the Gear Fit 2 Pro and the Gear Sport.
The Gear Fit 2 Pro first popped up online on August 14 with an initial design and specs leak, and before the wearable's proper announcement, Samsung accidentally published a product listing for the gadget 👍🏻 on its official website.
The wearable can keep track of your steps, count calories you've burned and consumed, record a variety of different workout routines, map runs with the built-in GPS, and even keep tabs on your swimming activity thanks to the 5 ATM water resistance (up to 50-meter submersion).
The Samsung Gear Sport is another wearable with a focus on fitness, but unlike the Fit 2 Pro that's designed to be a powerful fitness tracker 💪🏻 and not much else, the Gear Sport is a proper smartwatch that also happens to be really good at keeping track of your health and physical activity.
Along with expected support for notifications and third-party apps, the Sport also offers 5 ATM water resistance that allows for swim tracking, Samsung Pay for NFC transactions, a 300 mAh battery, replaceable 20mm watch band, and an improved heart rate sensor that's more accurate than previous Gear devices (also present on the Gear Fit2 Pro).