Images of Samsung's Gear Fit 2 have been leaked online along with official press shots ahead of June launch. The device has a curved display and will compete with the Microsoft Band 2.
The Samsung Gear Fit 2 will have a 1.55-inch Curved Super AMOLED display with 216 x 432 pixels resolution. It will have a 1 GHz dual-core processor with 512MB of RAM and 2GB of internal storage expandable. It will run on Tizen 2.3 OS, which Samsung claims offer longer battery life than Android Wear. Connectivity wise the wearable will support GPS, GLONASS and will come with IP68 certification that means that the device will be able to withstand 1.5 meters of water for thirty minutes.
Other specifications of the Gear Fit 2 include an integrated heart rate sensor, gyroscope, barometer, and accelerometer sensor. It will be powered by a 200mAh battery. The Gear Fit 2 will be launched in June.
Samsung executives had earlier claimed that the company will be making only Tizen OS devices in the future, and has no Android wear devices in the pipeline. However later Samsung had refuted these claims stating that it gives equal importance to all its platforms, and wants to keep the option of making Android wear devices open in the future.