The Samsung Galaxy Fit and Samsung Galaxy Fit e are two upcoming wearable fitness trackers for people who don’t care about full-featured smartwatches. Both of the Galaxy Fit devices will automatically track walking, running, biking, rowing, and elliptical workouts, or you can track up to 90 different activities from the Samsung Health app on your phone. The larger Galaxy Fit has a .95-inch full-color AMOLED display, a built-in heart rate sensor, a gyroscope and more, while the smaller Galaxy Fit e has a PMOLED black and white display and ditches the gyroscope.
So, how much will the Samsung Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e cost, when can you get one, and where will it be available? Here’s what we know about their launch and price plans.
At the moment, Samsung has not revealed a price for either the Galaxy Fit or the Galaxy Fit e. We’d expect the price to be anywhere from $60-$130, but that’s just an estimate at this point.
Samsung has given us a general “second quarter 2019” release timeframe for the Galaxy Fit and the Galaxy Fit e, but there’s no specific release date yet. That means the Galaxy Fit and Fit e will launch somewhere around April-June 2019.
Samsung Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e availability
The Galaxy Fit and the Galaxy Fit e will be available directly from Samsung.com, along with many other retailers and carriers. Again, no specifics have been mentioned yet.