Samsung is getting ready to bulk its Gear line of products.
The company is working on a follow-up to 2014's Gear Fit tracking band, and it's developed an entirely new device called Gear IconX. That last bit is actually a pair of cordless buds. Thanks to leaked images from Venture Beat's Evan Blass, we know how both of these upcoming Gear accessories will look.
Starting off with the Gear Fit 2, the supposed name of the second-generation Gear Fit, it is rumoured to be "slightly more curved and ergonomic". VentureBeat didn't have specs, though it said the tracker should come with a dedicated GPS chipset and might be priced similarly to Gear Fit. So, $200.
The Gear IconX are touch-controlled earbuds, with the touch aspect working much like the Bluetooth headset Gear Circle. These are Bluetooth-enabled and wireless buds that are dust and water resistant and come in a charging case. Another interesting aspect is that they'll work as a fitness tracker.
They'll further work as a standalone digital music player too, as one of the bud's contain 4GB of flash memory. Unfortunately, there's no word on how much the IconX will cost, nor when the buds will release.