We’re a few days away from Samsung’s Galaxy S10 event, but it looks like the company may have prematurely revealed a few new wearable devices.
XDA‘s Mishaal Rahman spotted the devices in the newly updated Galaxy Wearable app (formerly known as Samsung Gear). The update notably shows the Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Buds, and the Galaxy Fit/Galaxy Fit E. You can check out a screenshot of the page below.
The Galaxy Watch Active, which was leaked several days ago, is shown to be a 40mm model in the app. The earlier leak suggests Samsung might do away with the innovative rotating watch dial interface.
Samsung’s Galaxy Buds have also been leaked before, but the Galaxy Wearable app update gives us another look at the buds out of their case. The Galaxy Buds, believed to be a sequel to the Gear IconX wireless earbuds, are tipped to offer 8GB of storage and Bluetooth 5.0 support.
The Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit E are the final new products listed in the Galaxy Wearable app. Samsung’s Gear Fit series of wearables has been around for quite some time, offering a wrap-around screen of sorts. But an image included in the app shows a tracker with a flat screen, resembling cheaper fitness bands rather than the older devices.
We’ll need to wait until February 20 for more details, but it’s safe to say that we can expect plenty of devices at the event. Are you eyeing any specific wearable? Let us know in the comments.
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