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Product Review--Samsung Gear Fit2

As a standalone device, the Gear Fit2 is an example of very good design. The textured strap fit securely and felt comfortable. The curved screen looked elegant, curved effortlessly around my wrist, and aesthetically was glossy, crisp, clear, and fluid. In fact, the design of the device drew quite a few stares and started conversations often as friends and colleagues noticed the device. Initially, in absence of a screen protector, I feared that the device might have scratched or scuffed with daily use and lost its charm as a result, but in my months with the device, regular knocks, drops and bumps did nothing to marr the hardened screen in the slightest, even finger oils and moisture seemed to brush off, with very little effort leaving no residue behind, which in my book is always a sign of a quality product.

The capacitive touch capabilities of the screen were smooth, tactile and accurate, the processor kept up with the quick pace I built up as I got used to the device, and it didn’t seem to slow or stutter if I went too quickly. The size of my fingers, which is usually a detriment on smaller devices, proved not to matter at all on the Gear Fit2, typing a wifi password, scrolling menus, and pressing buttons proved to be effortless and accurate, so bonus points for that.

The user interface was clean and clearly structured, easily navigable, and very familiarly laid out to anyone who has used a Samsung device before.

Onto functionality, I should state at this point, I haven’t been diagnosed with an arhythmia, or heart problems of any kind. However, the heart rate monitor, as a prerequisite feature of a fitness tracker, I found to be slightly erratic, perhaps on account of my pale complexion, but readings varied by anything up to 50bpm, even if you triggered the monitorings consecutively. One reading would be sitting at a stable 62bpm, standard sitting-at-my-desk heart rate. A following reading 10 seconds later would skyrocket to 134bpm, either indicative of tachycardia, or that I was in the middle of an intensive circuit of excercise, of which I had nor did either. But again, that might just be a technical failing on account of my pale complexion, the device uses green leds to shine through the skin and reflect back off the veins in my wrist to take readings, and the sheer pale reflectiveness of my skin may have caused false readings, so bear that in mind.

Compatibility with other devices was sketchy, as an iPhone 7 user, understandably the Fit2 didn’t want to connect. Undeterred by that, I downloaded an unsigned, and very beta app, developed by Samsung themselves but only available to developers, that supposedly was meant to bridge the iOS to Android Wear gap between the Fit2 and my iPhone, to no avail. However, I never expected much to change in that department, Apple and Samsung being the longstanding rivals that they are, I didn’t expect compatibility. What WAS surprising however, was the restrictions it has on Android compatibility. The following table, listed on Samsung’s Website, describes very specifically, which phones (and regional markets) do and do not support the Gear Fit2, so any prospective owners would do well to check that their handset and region combination, are compatible with the device.

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