Whenever a new gadget comes out, there is usually some blog that takes it apart to see what is really inside. One can only assume that these dissemblers are experts. This was the case for the Samsung Gear Fit, as my Source disassembled it and found it to be a very good product.
The Fit has a 1.84-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display that is curved, light, and fits great on the wrist. Inside the Samsung Gear Fit is Bluetooth 4.0 LE, an accelerometer, a gyroscope, as well as a 160MHz ARM Cortex-M4 CPU.
The Fit has an IP67 rating, which means that it is water-resistant and dustproof for up to 1 meter for about 30 minutes.
What is interesting is how the Samsung Gear Fit has a specialized charging connector that saves space on the unit. What is interesting is how the Fit’s 210 mAh lithium-ion battery can be easily replaced, if it absolutely needs to. Of course, you will have to take the Gear Fit completely apart.
By the way, the typical usage of this particular smartwatch/fitness band is about two good days, which is considered pretty good for a smartwatch. All in all, it looks like the Gear Fit looks like a more than adequate device for anyone.