Samsung Galaxy Fit2 With 15 Days Battery Support Launched in India: Price, Specifications

Samsung Galaxy Fit2 Band

The sale of Samsung Galaxy Fit2 has started on October 16. It will compete directly with Mi Band 5. Mi Band 5 is priced at Rs 2,499 in India. The Mi Band 5 also comes with a 15-day battery backup.

Samsung launched its new fitness tracker device Galaxy Fit2 on Saturday. The company has introduced it in India with a slim, lightweight design, long losing battery, and advanced tracking features. According to the company’s claim, the Samsung Galaxy Fit2 fitness device can be used for 15 days on a single charge.

Samsung Galaxy Fit2

Samsung Galaxy Fit2 Price and Availability

Samsung Galaxy-Fit2 has been introduced in India for Rs 3,999. The company has made it available for sale from 16 October. This two-color option will come in Black and Scarlet. Galaxy Fit 2 will compete directly with the Mi Band 5 in India. It costs Rs 2,499. The Mi Band 5 also comes with a 15-day battery backup.

Samsung Galaxy Fit2

Samsung Galaxy Fit2 Specifications

Samsung Galaxy-Fit2 will come in the wearable Rectangular 1.1 AMOLED touch display. It will get 450 nits brightness. The device will come with 3D Curved Glass and more than 70 download watch faces, which users will be able to use according to their needs. In contrast to the new Galaxy Fit, the new Galaxy Fit2 has removed the physical buttons on the side from Samsung, replacing the virtual buttons on the top and bottom of the screen.

Samsung Galaxy Fit2

It will come with wearable 50-meter water registration and essential water lock mode, which makes it suitable for swimming and water-based activity. The Fit2 can be protected from accidents by locking its front key during swimming. This device comes with 5 automatic track workouts. Also, it will get the support of more than 90 workouts, which can be downloaded from the Samsung Health Library. Galaxy Fit2 will get a 159mAh battery.

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