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Samsung Gear Fit2 launched in Myanmar

Samsung Myanmar continued its expansion in the fitness wearable market with the local unveiling of its new “Gear Fit2”, the company announced in a press release on 26 July.

The new Gear Fit2 is designed with consumers’ fitness needs in mind, and includes features such as precise tracking technology and a standalone music player to provide users with the optimal fitness experience.

The Gear Fit2 features an embedded GPS and a heart rate monitor (HRM) that offer accurate and robust fitness tracking and measurement, while providing instant feedback on the user’s workout. It will automatically and accurately tracks users’ everyday activities, from walking to squatting to yoga, to encourage a healthier lifestyle, the statement said.

“Bringing a healthy and modernized lifestyle is a top priority for us to let our consumers enjoy all conveniences at best and fulfil their life goals,” said Ko Zarni Win Htet, Head of IT & Mobile for Samsung Myanmar.

“Our wearable technology can enhance existing routines and blend fitness and fun. This newly introduced Gear Fit2 is specialized to easily address these needs, ultimately allowing our users to get more out of their fitness experiences and day-to-day activities,” he added.

Users can easily monitor their workout status and check notifications with a 1.5-inch Super AMOLED curved display. In addition, its standalone music player, seamless integration with S Health and new “Steps Challenges” for one-on-one competition with friends provide enhanced motivation and enables users to work out more actively, even without a smartphone.

In Myanmar, the Gear Fit2 will be available as of the last week of July and has a price tag of 195,000 Kyats (USD 165).

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