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Samsung will join the Gear S3 Sport and Gear Fit 2 for its next wearable

Recently released reports suggest that Samsung will join Gear S3 Sport and Gear Fit 2 for its upcoming wearable, ie the bracelet that would be announced during the IFA 2017 event in Berlin.

It would not really be a Samsung Gear S4, it really has all features to it being a hybrid gadget with GPS fitness and smartwatch. This filtered information comes from a survey sent by the firm to members of their SmartLab Plus program.

Samsung is consulting the participants of that program on the key messages to be used to promote that new device, the main of these messages indicates that the new concept of the product takes the best attributes of Gear S3 and Gear Fit 2.

Also, Samsung points out in the text of his survey that the new product is really a gadget in the form of a smart watch , but integrates many other skills focused on personal training.

So it would be the new wearable of Samsung

As far as the design is only known that it would have a smaller body than the previous watches and with thinner straps, which will also be replaceable as a personalization attribute.

This device, Samsung points out, is a waterproof gadget ideal for deep swimming, ideal for swimming training. Other additional features would be the integration of functions for monitoring physical activity, weight control, and calorie burn management, making it the ideal companion for active sports and training.

As for the operating system, the user interface would have the ability to incorporate widgets of interest and information relevant to the user both in training and in notifications of his mobile.

It would also incorporate a function to remind the user to stay active, even when they are traveling or are in a work day. Specifically, Samsung will join the Gear S3 and Gear Fit 2 for its next wearable with the aim of creating a device that the user can use all day, from home to work and then to the gym.

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