Samsung Gear Fit Now Available At A 50% Discounted Price

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (LON:BC94) (KRX:0059935)’s Gear Fit is really more of a fitness tracker than a smartwatch, mostly because of the features it offers. Gear Fit comes with an always-on activity tracker that keeps a track of your activities throughout the day. If you happen to be in the United States and are thinking about buying a smartwatch, then now might be the right time to do so.

Samsung Gear Fit


Samsung Gear Fit prices

The original price of Samsung Gear Fit was $199, but right now some stores like Amazon and Best Buy are selling the device for only $99. That’s half price compared to its normal price, which is certainly a bargain. If ever you were thinking to get a smartwatch in affordable price range, then grabbing the Gear Fit at this discounted price is a no brainer. This is especially true given it’s unclear for how long this offer will last.

However, there are a couple of things that you should know if you’re thinking about buying a Gear fit. The Gear Fit does not runs on Android Wear, but instead runs on Samsung’s Tizen based operating system. Also it is only compatible with selected Samsung smartphones like the Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Grand 2, Galaxy Note 3 Neo and more.

Samsung Gear Fit features

The Samsung Gear Fit is a curved, Super AMOLED wearable device. It may not come with a voice control, camera or other such features, but it is a useful personal fitness tracker. It features a pedometer, a heart rate monitor, and when connected with the smartphone, it can easily control basic functions, such as rejecting calls with messages, quick reply to messages and control alarms. It is also dust and water resistant as it complies with the IP67 standard.

So if you’re looking for a cheap smartwatch, and don’t mind minimal features, then get a move on while the offer lasts. You can grab the Gear Fit at this new discounted price by visiting Best Buy or Amazon.

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