Some months ago, there were rumors claiming that Samsung was working on two new wearable devices. One was them is the Gear Fit2 Pro while the other is Samsung Gear Pop. Both products are believed to run the Tizen OS and they were rumored to be unveiled at the Tizen Developer Conference (TDC) 2017, back in May, which didn't materialize.
Fresh news has now rejuvenated speculations with respect to these products. Earlier today, we reported that a new device “Samsung Gear Sport” with the same model number that was rumored to be for “Samsung Gear Pop” surfaced on FCC. Now, the Gear Fit2 Pro (SM-R365) has surfaced on a blank support page on Samsung’s website. It should be noted that this unit has sailed through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and it should hit the market anytime soon. Although this appearance does not give any concrete information, it goes to confirm that such a device is actually in existence or will soon be at least.
The specifications and features of the Gear Fit2 Pro is still obscure for now but considering the sketch as contained in the document submitted to FCC, the Gear Fit2 Pro will most likely have a similar design as the Gear Fit 2. Nevertheless, we expect to see significant changes in terms of sensors and other features. There is a very close proximity between the Samsung Gear Sport and the Gear Fit2 Pro in terms of development time thus it will not be surprising if both devices are unveiled during the same event, the IFA 2017 in September.