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Samsung Galaxy Fit is now available in the U.S. for $99



Samsung’s Galaxy Fit wearable fitness tracker was announced during this year’s Mobile World Congress in February, and then, for a while, it seemed Samsung has forgotten about it. 

But (surprise!) it hasn’t. The company is now selling the Galaxy Fit in the U.S., at the price of $99. 

If you’ve seen fitness trackers before, the Fit will likely look familiar: It’s basically a thick wrist band with an AMOLED screen. It measures your pulse and steps, tells you when you’re too stressed, sends you notifications from your phone, and tracks fitness activities such as running and biking. It also tracks swimming, thanks to its 5 ATM water resistance. 

Samsung Galaxy Fit is finally available in the U.S.

One feature worth repeating is that 0.95-inch AMOLED screen. I haven’t tried the Galaxy Fit in person, but Samsung knows screens, and a device like this surely benefits from a good screen, especially in direct sunlight.

Samsung Galaxy Fit is finally available in the U.S.

Other specs include the 120mAh battery, 23 grams of weight, and NFC wireless charging (the device comes with a nifty wireless charger in the box). It works with both iOS and Android phones. 

The Galaxy Fit is available in black and silver.

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