Samsung’s Gear Sport smartwatch and its Gear Fit 2 Pro fitness band have gained alot of trust from people due to their excellency in performances.
The both devices have almost the same features. These devices both have good battery life that could last for about 3-4 days when fully charged.
Gear Fit 2 Pro happens to be the people’s choice because of the upgraded features, better performances which includes sending and receiving messages, tracking fitness, calories and sleep, and smart home control and attractive looks.
The circular-faced, chunky-system watch is also necessary for payment. It also has a neat music playback configuration; this configuration is to enable you download about 4GB of Spotify playlists to listen to offline.
Like most Samsung smartwatches, Gear Sport runs Tizen OS and highlights a pivoting bezel that you use to explore the interface. The 1.2in AMOLED show has a resolution of 360 x 360.
It looks are amazing and easy to have a sharp view on all circumstances plus any viewing angle. Another good quality is that it comes with pre-installed apps which safe buyers’ time and data to download apps. These apps are also arranged on the main/home screen.
It allows you to add as many apps as possible, though most of the apps are not pre-installed, e.g Timer. To install the app, you need extra home screen. Switching from one home screen is something not as simple as it may sound.
With the Samsung Smartwatches over 60 workouts could be monitored in real time on a compatible Samsung phone or TV. The watch has the ability to act as a remote control for PowerPoint slides on your PC. It’s as simple as connecting your computer through Bluetooth fire up my presentation and use the Gear Sport’s bezel to click through pages.
The smartwatch also has the capacity of monitoring heart beat rate which sits directly on the rear. It comes with a wireless charger. It a an excellent fitness tracker.
It also come with an amazing 1.5in AMOLED touchscreen display. With this wide screen it makes it easy to read. Also, with the built-in GPS and 4GB of internal storage for offline playback. These features makes the device an excellent one and thats why its the top notch in the market.
The rubberised strap has a traditional buckle, but it is not fiddly to use like the Gear Sport.
It tracks runs automatically and thanks to its built-in GPS, tracks pace and location accurately without the need to take your smartphone out on your run with you.
Its pedometer, altimeter and gyroscopes, meanwhile deliver a comprehensive study of daily activity tracking data.
This includes steps taken, calories burned an floors climbed.
It’s also got notifications keep you in touch with what’s happening on your phone as well as the Gear Sport.