The Samsung Gear Fit 2 has leaked, again, this time in seemingly official images showing off the wearable from plenty of angles.
So far the Gear Fit 2 has leaked in a render and in images through Samsung's official site. While the device is almost certainly coming, few details are known. Design, judging by the leaks, is going to be improved over the previous model.
The latest images, from Twitter, show the new Gear Fit 2 should feature a slimmer style but will still sport a large and clear AMOLED display which curves to fit the wrist comfortably. The device will read heart rate, apparently live, and will be able to display maps with location information. There also appears to be a split screen mode where both a map and weather data are shown in one of the images.
Certain specs are already leaking out of the rumour mill. The Gear Fit 2 is expected to have a 1.84-inch AMOLED display, 4GB of internal storage, a GPU chip, and a new Bio-Processor for improved fitness and health tracking. There is also a rubberised body and no exposed ports suggesting this will be water friendly for swimming tracking too.
Samsung is expected to launch the Gear Fit 2 in June. How much it will cost, or where it will be released have yet to be announced.