Samsung Gear Fit 2 and 'IconX' Bluetooth earbuds leaked in photos

Samsung Gear Fit 2 and 'IconX' Bluetooth earbuds leaked in photos
Though plenty of firms in the mobile game like to drop new products on a frequent basis, few can compete with Samsung's unwavering assault on the market. Rarely does a week go by where a new Sammy device is not on the cards, and resident leakster Evan Blass has the scoop on a couple more doses of soon-to-be-showcased hardware. For once, the info doesn't pertain to a smartphone, but offers a first look at the sequel to the Gear Fit wearable. Additionally, a pair of 'Gear IconX' Bluetooth earbuds could also be on the agenda. 

The design of the supposed Gear Fit 2 isn't too dissimilar to the original Samsung Gear Fit—once again opting for that sleek, narrow aesthetic typical of fitness bands. The oft-reliant Blass suggests that the new Gear Fit will be "slightly more curved and ergonomic" than the original model, though unlike its would-be predecessor, should include its own dedicated GPS chipset. The band will also pack a 1.84-inch curved Super AMOLED display, though if any other major features are planned for the Gear Fit 2, they're under wraps for the time being. 

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The undoubted star of this particular show is the Gear IconX, a pair of touch-operated wireless earbuds. They're said to be dust- and waterproof, so ideal for active folk, and can apparently track fitness data. Additionally, one of the buds includes 4 GB of storage, so the Gear IconX can double up as a standalone music player. 

There's no word on pricing as yet, but for fitness fanatics with an affinity to Samsung Gear, this is rather exciting news. Sure, the Gear Fit 2 sounds like a bit of a refresh rather than an exciting upgrade, but those IconX earbuds have certainly piqued our interest. 

Be sure to let us know of your take via the comments. 

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