How do you attempt to follow up the Samsung Gear Fit 2, a wearable that ticked all of the necessary boxes to make it one of the best fitness trackers around? In the case of the Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro, a few very tiny steps forward.
Following last year’s release of the original model, the Pro version is now here. But what’s so “pro” about it? Not much, really. The battery is the same size. The processor, screen size and general design features haven’t wiggled a bit. You’ll be treated to built-in GPS to track your runs and walks, too.
Here’s what is different: the Gear Fit 2 Pro features fitness-centric apps pre-installed, like MapMyRun, Speedo Go, UA Record and Endomondo, so you can get going just a bit faster.
And Samsung has doubled-down on the original’s IP68 rating to add MIL-STD-810G certification, which means this wearable is more durable. It’s more swim-friendly, too, with the ability to withstand 5ATM of water pressure.
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