Samsung Gear IconX is a wireless earbud with heart rate sensor and accelerometer and capacitive touch sensor
Samsung has announced its latest fitness tracker, Gear Fit 2 globally but the company is just not stopping there. It is expanding beyond fitness trackers with its first truly wireless earbuds called Gear IconX.
Samsung Gear IconX is a fitness earbud that connects to your phone without and guess what, there are no wires between the earbuds themselves. Samsung Gear IconX is a pair of earbud which look like traditional earbuds with an eartip and wingtip but drops the around neck wires we are accustomed to.
Samsung Gear IconX is, however, not the first of its kind. A little known company called Bragi had announced world’s first wireless earbuds on kickstarter way back in 2012. It entered full-scale production in 2014 and is a…
Samsung Gear Fit 2 has a larger 1.5-inch display with built-in GPS (Source: Samsung)
It’s 2016 and fitness trackers are still very much a desirable thing than a must-have but that hasn’t stopped companies from trying out new ideas. With most companies being a startup, Samsung doesn’t want to be left behind and is jumping in with its Gear Fit 2.
Samsung Gear Fit 2, essentially does everything that Gear Fit failed to accomplish when it was launched in 2014. Samsung Gear Fit 2 comes with an updated design, built-in GPS and recognises various activities and syncs the data with Samsung’s S Health app.
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Samsung Gear Fit 2 comes with a 1.5-inch curved Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 216 x 432 pixels. Samsung says its Gear Fit 2 is wider than the previous model.