Check out leaked images of Samsung Gear Fit 2 and Gear IconX cordless buds

World’s largest smartphone manufacturer, Samsung, is also an emerging giant is smart wearables. After releasing their flagship series in February, they have unleashed multiple smartphones one on another. However, today a leak by Evan Blass shows us what seem to be this year’s first wearables by Samsung. Apparently, the South Korean company might soon be releasing the successor to the current Gear Fit wearable. In addition to that, all new ‘Gear IconX’ Bluetooth earbuds might also be treated with an unveiling soon.

From what we can observe from the pictures provided by @evleaks, the upcoming Gear Fit 2 will feature a design which is almost similar to its soon to be predecessor. Thus, the Gear Fit 2 will come standard with a sleek and thin design, though the credible leakster claims that the wearable will be “slightly more curved and ergonomic“. In addition to that, the upcoming smart wearable will feature a dedicated GPS chipset, which is nowhere to be found on the current Gear Fit. Last but not the least, the new device will sport a 1.84-inch curved Super AMOLED display. 


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Moving on the the Gear IconX earbuds, Samsung might soon release a wireless and touch-operated earbuds for its customers. In addition to that, reports suggest that the upcoming gadget will be dust and waterproof which will allow users to use them in any weather condition. That’s not all folks, the Gear IconX allegedly can also be used as a standalone music player owing to its 4GB internal storage capacity.  

Unfortunately, we still have to hear official news on the upcoming devices, and that’s when we are expecting to receive credible information regarding the availability and price tags. So fitness fanatics might have to wait for a while before they can get their hands on these new gadgets. However, we will update you as soon as the topic develops, so stay tuned guys.

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