New render reveals that Gear Fit 2 will be available in black, blue and pink
Samsung’s upcoming successor to the Gear Fit has been in the press a lot recently. In addition to starring in a flurry of reports revealing its functionality, the unannounced device has been pictured twice, alongside the company’s Gear IconX Bluetooth earbuds, so it’s safe to say we’re familiar with its new, more ergonomic design. However, ever-reliable leaker Evan Blass took to his Twitter profile earlier today to share yet another press render of the Gear Fit 2, this time showcasing the three colors — black, blue and pink — that the wearable will be available to purchase in when it hits the shelves later this year.
As you can see from the image below, this latest leak perfectly coincides with what we’ve seen before. There’s a gorgeous 1.84-inch AMOLED display on the front, 4GB of internal memory under the hood and a GPS chip embedded in the CPU. The rubberised design also leads us to believe that the unit is, in fact, water resistant. Unfortunately, the specification still remains unknown. However, we presume that it will IP68, which would mean that the band can be submerged in over 1.5-meters of water for 30 minutes; making it the perfect fitness tracker for swimming and other water-based sports.
Much to our disappointment, there’s still no information suggesting when Samsung will announce the Gear Fit 2 or how much it will cost when it officially breaks cover, but, as usual, we’ll be sure to keep you up-to-date with all of the latest news as and when it breaks — so be sure to check back regularly.