Samsung introduced three new products into its lineup of wearables on Wednesday: the Gear Sport, Gear Fit2 Pro, and Gear Icon X.
The smartwatch, fitness tracking band, and fully wireless earbuds are all updates to previous Samsung Gear products, and are aimed at going “beyond fitness” — meaning Samsung hopes these can be incorporated into everyday life.
The new products are arriving just days after Fitbit announced a new smartwatch and wireless headphones, and just several weeks before Apple is expected to release a new Apple Watch. While Samsung hasn’t released pricing or availability for all the products yet, they will likely arrive this fall.
Take a look at Samsung’s newest wearables:
Gear Sport joins the Gear S2 and the Gear S3, Samsung's other smartwatches. The S2 and S3 have a more traditional look and feel, while the Sport is aimed at customers with an active lifestyle.
Samsung says the watch also has an improved heart-rate tracker and can automatically detect activities like walking, running, or playing basketball.
The watch is compatible with internet-connected devices via Samsung Connect, can be used as a remote for things like PowerPoint presentations, and has Samsung Pay built in so you can use your watch for contactless payments.
Gear Sport will work with iPhones, Samsung Galaxy phones, and other Android devices. Samsung hasn't said yet when the Sport will be available, or how much it will cost, but previous Samsung smartwatches have cost between $249 and $449.
Gear Fit2 Pro will cost $199.99 (a $20 price jump from the Fit2) and will be available for preorder starting Thursday. The band will be available in stores and online starting September 15.
Finally, this is the Gear IconX, an update to Samsung's fully wireless earbuds. The new IconX comes in black, grey, and pink, whereas the previous version only came in black, white, and blue.
Samsung says the new version is more ergonomic and lightweight, and has an improved battery life of up to six hours.
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