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Samsung to release next wearable hybrid smartwatch named Gear Sport

12 August 2017, 04:32 | Megan Pierce

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A new Samsung smartwatch has been spotted in the FCC database.

Given that it's passing through the FCC right now, the device is probably nearly ready to be released. If you are the one who gets confused choosing between a smartwatch and fitness tracker, just wait for Samsung's next announcement that could take place at IFA 2017. Keep in mind Apple, which dominates the smartwatch market with its Apple Watch, has doubled-down on pitching the wearable as a fitness device, so it make sense that Samsung would do that, too. Based on recent reports, Samsung will be pulling up its socks and getting back into the game with the release of its next sports watch and it could be as soon as this month.

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In terms of specs, the Gear Sport will support Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Apple has really refocused the Apple Watch around fitness, while Samsung's Gear watches are still going for a much more fashionable look. The Gear line has always been used for general use and making a sports-based smartwatch will make the product compete equally with Apple and FitBit, who are enjoying a big piece of the market-share now. But so far, we haven't seen anything on it.

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