The new Samsung Galaxy Fit fitness tracker now goes official and Spain, Italy, Netherland & South Korean users are the first to get their hands on. Samsung official said in these countries Galaxy Fit will start to ship from tomorrow, May 31st. In South Korea, customers can get Galaxy Fit from Samsung Digital Plaza as well as the Samsung website for the price 118,800 won. In Spain, Italy & Netherland, it is available to purchase for €99 through the offical Samsung website & the tracker will start to ship from tomorrow. The Galaxy Fit also officially announced in Japan and Amazon.jp is started taking pre-orders with June 13 release date.
Along with Galaxy Fit, the other Fit e smart band is on pre-orders in South Korea. Galaxy Fit e has already available in some European countries with €39 price tag & in South Korea, Galaxy Fit e is priced at 49,500 won. In Japan, Galaxy Fit available for 12,830 Yuan through the Amazon website though Fit e is yet to be launched in Japan.
In these two, Galaxy Fit is much expensive because of its advanced fitness-related features. It has the ability to display a dual clock watch face when a user enters into a different time zone. The larger 120mAh battery & NFC onboard are the main advantages of the Galaxy Fit over Fit e band. This tracker has a 0.95 full-color AMOLED display and available in Black & Silver color options. The smart wearable provides enhanced sleep monitoring and smart stress management.
The simple UX allows users to receive messages & alerts without touching their phones. Both Samsung smart bands are water resistance up to 5 ATM so they won’t damage in such conditions. Users can select more than 90 different activities in the Samsung Health app on their smartphones & the tracker will automatically log to chosen workout. Samsung introduced both smart bands in February along with Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy S10 series & Galaxy Fold devices. Galaxy Watch Active & Galaxy S10 series smartphones are now available in the market.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.