first_imgSamsung Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Fit e wearables set to launch in India soon, Flipkart listing confirmsThe Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e wearables were first unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event in February. They are now set to launch in India soon as per a teaser on Flipkart.advertisement Sanket Vijayasarathy New DelhiJune 24, 2019UPDATED: June 25, 2019 10:31 IST HIGHLIGHTSSamsung is set to launch the Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e in India.The Samsung wearables will be available on Flipkart following their launch.The Galaxy Fit sports an AMOLED display and is water resistant up to 50 meters.Samsung will finally launch its latest fitness wearables in India. The Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e wearables were first unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event in February alongside the Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy Buds. While the flagship phones as well as the truly wireless earbuds have been available in India for a while now, the fitness trackers have been missing. It seems the company is now ready to launch the Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e in India as per a teaser on Flipkart.The Flipkart teaser shows an image of a fitness band with the lines “Get ready to get fit” and “The NextGen of fitness is coming.” Apart from a ‘Notify Me’ option, there is not much else that is known about the launch of the Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e at the moment. The Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e are simple fitness tracking devices with prices starting at Eur 39 (approx Rs 3,000). The Galaxy Fit sports a 0.95-inch AMOLED (120×240) display, while the Galaxy Fit e gets a slightly smaller 0.75-inch PMOLED (64×128) screen. The fitness trackers are water resistant up to 50 meters and can show notifications when paired with a phone. The wearables can also auto detect some workouts such as walking, running and dynamic workout.The Galaxy Fit houses a 120mAh battery while the Fit e packs a smaller 70mAh capacity. Both the fitness wearables run on FreeRTOS and support Bluetooth 5.0 LE. The Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e are compatible with Android phones running Android 5 or higher with at least 1.5GB of RAM and iPhone 7 and above running on iOS 10 or newer OS.advertisementALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy A10 variant listed on FCC with dual cameras, bigger batteryALSO READ | More Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Pro cases show up to confirm designGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySanket Vijayasarathy Tags :Follow SamsungFollow Galaxy Fitlast_img read more

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