Depending On Price, The Samsung Gear Fit Could Dominate The Wearables Market

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Forget about the rest of Samsung’s MWC offerings. The Gear Fit is about the most exciting product announced in Barcelona today. It’s the first Samsung wearable that has a legitimate chance of catching on. The Fit is focused to the fitness crowd – natch – but it packs enough features to be a hit with the general consumer. Like other wearables in this category, the Fit tracks movement, heart rate and sleep patterns. But unlike other current products, the Fit is water-resistant and packs phone notifications, a timer, stopwatch and a sleek curved OLED screen. Best of all it lacks all the nonsense found on its larger brothers. The Fit doesn’t sport a camera, speaker or a massive screen. It’s svelte and sexy just like a smartwatch should be. Samsung has yet to reveal the price on the Fit and that could be the deciding factor here. If the Fit was priced under $200, say, $179 or $149, Samsung could have a big hit on its hands. With a smart feature set and the right price, the Fit could be the missing link from fitness device to smartwatch the market has so far been missing. Gear_Fit_Black_01 Gear_Fit_Black_02 Gear_Fit_Black_04 Gear_Fit_Black_03 Gear_Fit_Black_05 Gear_Fit_Grey_01 Gear_Fit_Grey_02 Gear_Fit_Grey_04 Gear_Fit_Grey_03 Gear_Fit_Grey_05 Gear_Fit_Orange_01 Gear_Fit_Orange_04 Gear_Fit_Orange_03 Gear_Fit_Orange_05 Gear_Fit_Orange_02 Gear_Fit_Group 4 3 2 7 1 6 5   View Slideshow Previous Next Exit

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Depending On Price, The Samsung Gear Fit Could Dominate The Wearables Market

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