Samsung announced the Galaxy Fit-e alongside the Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Buds at the Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event in February this year. The fitness tracker has now been listed on the Samsung Albania website, hinting a potential global release in the next few days.
The Galaxy Fit-e has been spotted on Samsung’s official website in Albania revealing fitness tracker in all its glory. With the listing still up and available for public, we can expect that the South Korean company could soon launch the wearable across several markets, the first of which could be the US.
German publication Android Pit, who first spotted the listing has also detailed that the Galaxy Fit-e is expected to launch for an asking price of $35 (approx. Rs 2,450). If the price turns out to be similar in India, the Galaxy Fit-e will be directly pitted against the Xiaomi Mi Band 3, Honor Band 4 and Lenovo HW01 smart band.
As for the specifications, the Galaxy Fit E is equipped with 0.74-inch PMOLED display with 64 x 128 pixels and 193 ppi pixel density. It features MCU Cortex M0 96 MHz chipset with a 128KB internal RAM, 4MB external ROM and runs on Realtime OS. The fitness tracker will be able to connect to your smartphone through a Bluetooth 5.0 connection and will feature a 70 mAh battery which Samsung says will last for a week.
The Galaxy Fit-e will be a waterproof affair with a 5 ATM casing, all of which will weigh in at 15 grams and measure at 40.2mm x 16mm. The tracker device will be able to meander your activities, sleep and pulse data and send it to your smartphone for real-time stats. The device also informs the user about texts and calls with haptic vibration as well as a notification on the display of the band.
The Samsung Galaxy Fit-e will be available in Yellow, Black and White colours, as shown on the Albanian Samsung website.