In a bid to drum up some excitement for the forthcoming Galaxy Fit, Samsung has shared a short video highlighting all of the wearable’s most appealing features over on YouTube — demonstrating everything from its integrated stress management tool, to its automatic workout detection.
Earlier this month, Samsung started shipping the boiled-down Galaxy Fit e in some markets; though it’s unclear when the high-end Galaxy Fit will launch. When the two devices were announced back in February, a release date of May 31 was set — but there’s been no word on the matter since.
So, what’s the difference between the Galaxy Fit and the Galaxy Fit e? Well, truth be told, there isn’t a whole lot in it. Both track activities — like biking, hiking and running — and are water-resistant up to 5 ATM, with the most notable differences being a larger screen and a bigger battery.