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Samsung wearable app leaks Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Watch

15 February 2019 1

While we have been hearing a lot about the upcoming wearable devices from the Korean tech giant Samsung, we have yet another hint coming to back the same. Samsung Galaxy Buds got FCC certification recently and were also confirmed by Samsung Turkey website as they got listed on the support page.

The latest leak that backs the upcoming wearables likes Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Watch Active that is expected to be announced alongside the much-awaited flagship Galaxy S10. The device is coming in a week time at a launch event to be held in San Francisco.


Samsung pushed an update to Galaxy Wearable app for the Android platform that displayed various products that arent’ launched yet including all the three wearable products mentioned earlier. The update shows Galaxy Fit and Fit e devices which seems to be very similar to Gear Fit 2 series, featuring rubber bands.

The smartwatch in the shape of Galaxy Watch Active might sport a 40mm case, a rotatable bezel and might be offered in two color options. Considering Samsung’s strength which is the AMOLED displays, the Galaxy Watch is also expected to offer AMOLED screen, NFC and water resistance. In case you’re interested in these products, there is only a week time left before you could possibly see these becoming a reality.


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Samsung wearable app leaks Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Watch
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NiranjanKoshit
NiranjanKoshit

If this new report is to be believe, the Feb 20 launch isn't just limited to the Galaxy S10 series. This is without doubt some news and a fresh one not heard of as much as the S10 leaks.

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