Quite some time ago we saw various rumours about the launch of a new Gear Fit2 and Gear IconX, and now Samsung has made these rumours official.

In this confirmation, Samsung revealed that the Gear Fit2 is a brand new tracking band that features a curved Super AMOLED display and a number of sport tracking functions.

In this new version, Samsung has also added GPS tracking with heart rate monitoring features, along with a new Auto Activity Tracking feature that can tell if you are running, cycling or rowing automatically.

The new version is also capable of working as a standalone audio player, featuring 4GB of storage to store your fitness playlists on.

On top of the new Gear Fit2, Samsung also revealed their new wireless earbuds that they have named the Gear IconX.

These earbuds have been designed to work alongside Samsung devices, but we presume that they can be used with any Bluetooth capable device to play audio wirelessly.

What’s cool is that these earbuds will automatically active when placed in your ears, and can even track activity and monitor your heart rate at the same time, with motion sensors they can track your distance, speed, duration, calories burned and heart rate.

There’s also a Voice Guide feature that will provide you with feedback as you are training.

It can also be used as a standalone device, with 4GB of inbuilt memory that allows it to hold up to 1,000 MP3 tracks.

The Samsung Gear Fit2 will be available on June 10th and the Gear IconX will be available in July.

Pricing for either has not yet been announced.

 

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