Along with the tipped launch details, the wearable's anticipated pricing in Korea has also been hinted at.
The fitness tracker's features are still a mystery. With an AMOLED panel and 15 days of battery life on a single charge, the Samsung Galaxy Fit2 fitness tracker was introduced in India in October 2020. There were two colour choices for the wearable.
The Samsung Galaxy Fit2's successor is reportedly set to debut in the second half of this year, according to a post on Samsung's Korean community forum. The wearable could debut later in the first half of 2023 if there is a delay. Samsung's forthcoming wearable is expected to cost either KRW 49,000 (about Rs 2,900) or KRW 50,000 (roughly Rs 3,000). Unfortunately, the fitness tracker's specifications have not been revealed.
To recall, Samsung launched the Galaxy Fit2 in India in October 2020 for Rs 3,999. Two colours—Black and Scarlet—were introduced for the wearable. It has a 1.1-inch AMOLED display with a brightness of up to 450-nits for greater visibility. It sports a front touch button to browse and access features like wake-up, return to home, and cancel. The Galaxy Fit2 features over 70 downloadable watch faces and 12 customisable widgets.
The wearable had a Water Lock mode for swimming and other water-based activities and was 5ATM water-resistant. The Galaxy Fit2 packs a 159mAh battery unit, allowing it to run for 15 days on a single charge. The wearable came with a Sleep Score analysis feature that records the user's sleep in four stages: Awake, REM, Light, and Deep. The Stress Tracking feature was also available on the Samsung Galaxy Fit2. Additionally, it enabled access to the music player on their smartphone.