Samsung lately rolled out Samsung Gear Sport and Samsung Gear IconX at IFA 2017. Let us have a look at them.
Samsung Gear Sport
The Gear Sport has circular case with a minimalistic design. It features enhanced user interface and Super AMOLED screen. “With Gear Sport, consumers can operate to gain wellness and health goals, and get nutrition management activity recommendations and alerts even when they go offline,” claims the firm.
The wearable is resistant to water by almost 50m. The South Korean tech major states that the Gear Sport has durability up to military level and backs exchangeable bands. Users can handle Samsung IoT-allowed devices via Samsung Connect app with the fitness band. This app makes it work for a Samsung Gear VR headset or PowerPoint presentation similar to a remote control and even make transaction utilizing Samsung Pay.
On the specs end, the Gear Sport features a 1.2-inch circular display with Gorilla Glass 3 protection and a pixel resolution of 360 x 360. It is fueled by a dual-core processor and operates on Tizen OS of the company. Having a weight of 50 grams, the device comprises 4 GB storage and 768 MB RAM.
Samsung Gear IconX
The Samsung Gear IconX comes as an heir to the 2016 wireless earphones—IconX. The gadget has a same design but this time the insides have been enhanced. This is the first time the company is successful in making its wireless earphones work with its own digital assistant—Bixby. Like before, consumers can click and hold on the earbuds to employ voice to handle music and much more.
The new variant of the Gear IconX arrives in Gray, Black, and Pink. It is also stated to be even more lightweight and ergonomic, they are efficiently comfortable, secure, and stylish to utilize. The IconX automatically tracks and recognizes activities of the users. The gadget can track running routines of the users and comes with a standalone function—Running Coach.
Having an enhanced battery life and backing fast charging tech, the Samsung Gear IconX is associated to give up to 5 Hours of music streaming.