The Gear Fit is the first wearable device with a flexible AMOLED panel and it looks really novel and sleek, like a timepiece from the future. Its colorful 1.84-inch display (it has a resolution of 432 x 128 pixels) will definitely draw the eyes of passers-by, but it’s also touch-enabled and features an interface specifically optimized for the small screen and the needs of a wearable device.
The Gear Fit runs on a very simple operating system (not Android, nor Tizen) that allows you to check your phone notifications, but in addition to that, it also has fitness-oriented functions like a step counter. This simple OS allows the Fit to last three to four days on a single charge, while the Gear 2 smartwatch lasts just two.
Finally, the Gear Fit works with multiple Samsung devices (but no phones from other brands), and is the first wearable device that seems to take a leap in the right direction towards that futuristic ideal for a wearable gadget.