Samsung Galaxy Fit priced at RM349 and Fit E at RM139

Follow the breathing exercise tips on the Galaxy Fit to manage stress levels. — Samsung Malaysia

The Samsung Galaxy Fit and Fit E wearables, designed for users with wellness goals in mind, will be available in Malaysia from June 14.

The Galaxy Fit has a 0.95in slender full colour display which allows users to easily view information like time and step count. It also has a heart rate monitor and a breathing exercise reminder to keep stress levels low.  

Users can sync the Galaxy Fit with the Samsung Health app which will allow the device to track up to six fitness activities to help users monitor their fitness goals.

“Consumers are increasingly putting their overall wellbeing at the centre of their lifestyle decisions, and they’re looking for wearables that make it easier to get active and stay balanced every day,” said Yoonsoo Kim, president of Samsung Malaysia Electronics, in a press statement.
“Everyone has their preference of pursuing their goals. Whether you are looking to improve your lifestyle habit or get into a routine at the gym, the Galaxy Fit and Fit E will help you along the way.”

Other features include a 120mAh battery, water resistance up to 50m or 5ATM, support for wireless charging and 32MB storage space.

Priced at RM349, the Galaxy Fit will be available in Black and Silver.

The Galaxy Fit E in White.

The Galaxy Fit E has a smaller 0.74in monochrome display and 70mAh battery. When paired with the Samsung Health app, it can be used to track three fitness activities.

The device, priced at RM139, will be available in Black and White.

The Galaxy Fit and Fit E are compatible with Samsung Galaxy phones or devices running Android 5.0 and above with more than 1.5GB RAM. They are also compatible with iPhone 5 and above running on iOS 9 and higher.

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