Samsung Gear Fit Price List September, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

Designed to be light and durable, the Samsung Gear Fit is truly amazing as it boasts many exciting features that can encourage your epic adventure ahead. Read more about Samsung Gear Fit Philippines below to find out.

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Designed to be light and durable, the Samsung Gear Fit is truly amazing as it boasts many exciting features that can encourage your epic adventure ahead. Read more about Samsung Gear Fit Philippines below to find out.

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Samsung Gear Fit Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelGear Fit
DateMar 2014
System requirements
Mobile operating systems supportedAndroid
Ports & interfaces
Bluetooth version4.0 LE
Device typeWristband activity tracker
Product colourBlack
Band colourBlack
Control typeButtons, Sensor
International Protection (IP) codeIP67
Display typeSAMOLED
Display diagonal4.67 cm (1.84")
Display resolution432 x 128 pixels
Heart rate monitorYes
Active minutesYes
Hours sleptYes
Simple Notification Service (SNS) supportedYes

Samsung Gear Fit Philippines - Energizing Your Active Lifestyle

Renowned for producing some of the finest products in the realm of electronics, Samsung continues to dominate with its dedication in delivering innovations that make the real difference. Furthering its ambition of transforming lives, Samsung has released the incredible Samsung Gear Fit wearable. Designed to empower your active life, the Samsung Gear Fit has been hailed as one of the most useful smartphone accessories that you should get.

Curved Super AMOLED for Vibrant Future

The Samsung Gear Fit is said to be the world's first wearable device that features a curved Super AMOLED display. Thanks to its 1.84 inch display Super AMOLED display screen (432 x 128 resolution), you will be getting stunningly vivid visuals on a small display screen. Engineered exclusively to accommodate your outdoor adventure, its display screen is able to provide better visibility even under direct sunlight. Not only that, the Samsung Gear Fit possesses IP67 rating which makes it to be fairly resistant against both water and dust. In other words, you can be confident that the Samsung Gear Fit is perfectly prepared for any kind of adventure.

Always Stand by You

As a wearable that is designed to be your perfect companion, the Samsung Gear Fit represents the perfect blend of fashion and practicality. Developed to appeal to people that prefers both fitness and style, the Samsung Gear Fit is the smartwatch that keeps track of your activities all the time. Powered by the highly efficient 210mAh battery, this Samsung wearable is able to last up to 3 or 4 days with extended usage. Even with light usage, the Samsung Gear Fit still lasts up to 5 days.

Dedicated Trainer that Will Never Let You Down

Emphasizing health and fitness, the Samsung Gear Fit packs an awesome array of features in enhancing your active lifestyle. With its heart rate sensor, this Samsung wearable is able to give you real time coaching to monitor and motivate your fitness actively. Not only that, its pedometer enables you to keep track of your steps accurately for better fitness monitoring.

Simple to use, the Samsung Gear Fit offers you the much-needed seamless experience when it comes to connecting with your Samsung smartphones. Once connected, you will be able to enjoy controlling basic functions such as accepting or rejecting calls, control alarms, quick reply to messages and others. Talking about instant notifications, the Samsung Gear Fit allows you to be connected with the latest notifications from your SMS, emails, incoming calls and even 3rd party apps as well.

Perfect Pair with other compatible Samsung devices

Designed to be compatible with the most Samsung devices, the Samsung Gear Fit is the perfect accessory that bolsters the functionality of your smartphone. In conclusion, the Samsung Gear Fit is a terrific wearable that mixes smartwatch and activity tracker into a cohesive device.

Reviews of Samsung Gear Fit
Reviewed on 2014-05-07
Of the three wearable devices ( the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo , and Gear Fit ) Samsung announced at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014 in February, the Gear Fit was the one that stole the show, garnering a "Best-In-Show" award along the way. In addition, it was ra...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-25
The Samsung S5670 also known as the Galaxy Fit is another one of Samsung's entry in the plethora of mid-range Android-powered phones. Being in the same ‘Galaxy' series of phones from Samsung, much is expected from this unit and I'm quite happy that it del...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-17
Longer battery life, Comfortable to wear
No app ecosystem
Wearables are heard quite a lot this year, and why not after all they are the next big thing after smartphones. We have all witnessed smartwatches and fitness trackers, while some of us might have bought one. But a combination of the two? Still rar...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-23
Stunning curved display is bright, big and beautiful. Offers a unique design that is futuristic. Touchscreen is very responsive, The
Proprietary charger. Reading emails is a little awkward on the display and not easy to manage. Software could use a more than a few tweaks to make it more intuitive. Like most smart watches, battery life could be better
The Samsung Gear Fit is a futuristic looking smartwatch that focuses on being a fitness band first and a smartwatch second. When it first appeared on the scene earlier this year, there was nothing on the market to compete with it, and there were a lot of ...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-19
The battle for wrist real estate has been interesting and has seen its fair share of innovation and failure. Samsung jumped into the market with both feet by marrying a host of abilities into their first Galaxy Gear device. They crammed a camera and host...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-14
I sit at a desk too much. I drink too much coffee. I don't sleep very well. I have an odd feeling those three things might be connected. This thing on my wrist agrees with that assessment.After a few months of wearing and interacting with a fitness tracke...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-27
Several months ago, at the Mobile World Congress, Samsung announced a range of new wearables . While most of the releases were rehashes of what was unveiled the previous year, the Gear Fit was a little different. It immediately caught my eye, with its sle...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-13
Samsung's Gear Fit enters a smartwatch arena filled with blood thirsty, formidable competition. Their previous entry into the fray, the Galaxy Gear, offered notifications only – the Fit provides a hybrid of notifications and exercise-oriented features.Wit...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-07
Samsung updated their Galaxy Gear smartwatch lineup this year with the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and Gear Fit. I have been using the Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit for the past couple of weeks, including a week of walking around Disneyland, and am impressed by the upd...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-07
If you haven’t noticed it yet, wearable fitness trackers are increasingly becoming essential companion devices to our smartphones . With the availability of these gadgets, they’re ushering in this new found resurgence in personal fitness management – e...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-03
With every one of its gadgets this year, Samsung has shown that it has learned from its mistakes.This started with the Galaxy S5, and it's particularly true for the $200 Gear Fit, a device that sits somewhere between a health tracker and a dedicated smart...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-01
Last year, I reviewed the original Galaxy Gear. Considering how that went, I'm not sure I am exactly the "ideal" candidate for reviewing the new-and-improved Gear Fit, but hey, it came with the Galaxy S5 I reviewed, so here goes nothing.Samsung started...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-28
Samsung isn't new to the wearable market, but its Gear Fit announcement in February was a major surprise. Not only did it see the company make an unexpected entrance into the crowded world of activity trackers, it saw Samsung really flex its (mostly unuse...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-22
Clean, attractive design, Sharp and colorful curved AMOLED display, Heart rate sensor is a nice addition
Display orientation is not ideal, Fitness tracking is limited, at times inaccurate, No ANT, Smartphone integration leaves something to be desired, Better options exist for the same price or cheaper
The Samsung Gear Fit is part fitness tracker, part smart wearable — a device that has the potential to solve the conundrum of smartwatches that attempt to cram too many features into too small a package. With an attractive design, reasonable price point, ...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-21
When the Galaxy Gear wristwatch launched last fall, the results looked like a Samsung panic move. Someone at the company must have thought there was a race to beat the other mobile-world titans—namely, Google and Apple —to a wearable, phone-like accessory...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-18
Buy the Samsung Gear Fit now for $204.95 from AmazonAdvances in technology have certainly played a big role in making our lives a whole lot easier, but with almost everything now available at the tip of your fingers, it has also been a contributing factor...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-16
The hardware is near-perfect. Really, all it's missing is an ambient light sensor, and maybe a mic for quick replies to email. But the screen is lovely, the band is comfortable, and the whole thing just looks great. Four days of battery life is totally re...
The software is unforgivably bad. Tragically bad. It feels as if the Gear Fit and the S Health teams barely spoke to each other at all. Which is especially bedeviling since Samsung made the conscious choice to sell a wearable product that only works with...
Samsung's Gear Fit had every chance to be by far the best activity tracker you could own. It isn't. Not by a long shot. And there's nothing sadder than unrealized potential.It's a stunning fitness tracker slash smartwatch wristable. It counts steps, track...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-15
The Samsung Gear Fit looks amazing and is something I want to love, but it has so many shortcomings that I simply can't recommend this device to anyone that's looking to use it as part of a fitness plan. There are a lot of gadgets that you can wear on you...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-14
Great display, Handsome design, Comfortable strap
Inaccurate step counting and heart rate readings, Awkward screen dimensions, Limited smartwatch functions
This is the dream, a wearable device that tracks my fitness activity while providing smartwatch functionality. And it's exactly what Samsung is pitching with its new $199 Gear Fit. The Fit combines the best of fitness tracking — step counting, heart rate ...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-14
Most of the fitness-based wearables we've seen so far have been very different from smartwatches. And one of the few attempts to blend the two, the Fitbit Force , ended up getting recalled (damn those skin rashes). Enter Samsung, which never met a mobile ...
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