Samsung is expected to launch a new fitness tracker, the Galaxy Fit 2. As a successor to Galaxy Fit, it not only provides a larger display screen, but more importantly significantly optimizes battery life, upgrading from a barely one-week upgrade to at least 15 days, or even up to three weeks.
The current mainstream fitness tracking bracelet lasts about a week, with the upcoming Fitbit Inspire 2 only expected to last up to 10 days. If it does, as Samsung officially advertises, it will be an important selling point for the Galaxy Fit 2.
As a fitness tracking bracelet, it tracks calories burned, heart rate, running distance, sleep patterns, and more. Samsung also says Galaxy Fit can automatically detect up to five different types of fitness activities. Samsung hasn’t said when it will release the Galaxy Fit 2 or the price, but expects more information to be shared in the coming weeks.