Samsung hadn’t launched any new fitness smartwatch after the Samsung Galaxy Watch. The Galaxy Watch was a great success, The Cheap Gear Fit 2 and the 2 Pro hadn’t been a huge success as it had stiff competition from Xiaomi’s AmazeFit, Mi Band’s, Fasttrack’s Watches and much more. The Gear Fit 2 had many modes such as cycling, running, training and much more as many others also do have. It featured a heart rate monitor, Sleep Tracker, Calorie Counter and much more. It had a 1.5 inch Super AMOLED Display with Bluetooth connectivity and a decent battery life
Samsung may have taken a new year resolution to launch all new kinds of stuff like S10 and many new Smartwatches in early 2019. Recently Samsung had leaked the Samsung Galaxy Sports Smartwatch codenamed ‘Pulse’ with the model number ‘SM-R500’. The Galaxy Sport would support a 4GB RAM and Samsung’s Super AMOLED Display. The Galaxy Sport had cleared FCC Certification, so we expect it to launch in the Q1 of 2019. The Galaxy Sport would come in colors such as black, green and gold. It is also rumored that the upcoming Galaxy Sports watch will be named Galaxy Watch Active.
Now a Bluetooth listening suggests that Samsung may unveil their latest Smartwatch which could be named as Gear Fit E, The Gear Fit E would support a Super AMOLED Display and Bluetooth 5.0 Connectivity. The Gear Fit E had recently passed the Bluetooth certification test with the model number ‘SM-R375’. The Galaxy Fit E would be the successor to Galaxy Fit 2 and 2 Pro and would come in the same colors as the Galaxy Sport. It may come with 512MB Ram and 4GB of internal storage and a 200mAH Battery to fuel it all day long. The Gear Fit E would be priced lower than the Galaxy Sport and give competition to Fitbit and Xiaomi.