Samsung will announce the Galaxy S10 range on 20 February at its Unpacked event in San Francisco, but it looks like there will be three wearables joining the trio of smartphones expected too.
We've already heard multiple rumours about a Gear Sport successor - most recently known as the Galaxy Watch Active - but we now know there will also be a Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e announced, as well as Galaxy Buds.
Reported by Sammobile, the confirmation of the three new devices comes from Samsung itself thanks to a recent update to its Galaxy Wearable app. The app now offers the option for users to pair their smartphone with the three new devices, along with existing ones like the Galaxy Watch, and it also reveals some information about the yet-to-be-announced wearables.
From the Galaxy Wearable app we can see that the Galaxy Watch Active will not feature a rotating bezel like the Gear Sport or Galaxy Watch, just like the rumours suggested. We can also see it will be smaller than the Gear Sport at 40mm.
The slim design of the Galaxy Fit is also shown in the app, along with the design for the Galaxy Buds wireless headphones. It's claimed the S10 and S10+ will be able to charge the Galaxy Buds wirelessly from their rears using reverse charging.
Samsung's Unpacked event is expected to reveal the Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e handsets, alongside the company's long-rumoured foldable phone. With more than six devices expected, it's set to be a very busy event. Pocket-lint will be there to give you all the news, along with previews of the new devices.