Quite a few months have passed since Samsung launched the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge and while the two smartphones stole the show during the company’s Unpacked event, they weren’t the only devices that Samsung unveiled that day. The South Korean company also showed off Charm fitness trackers, with a sleek and fashionable design.

The Samsung Gear Fit is still one of the most popular fitness bands out there, with lots of tools for tracking health, receiving alerts and notifications or managing phone calls. While the design was quite sleek, with a curved screen and vibrant colors, Samsung decided to launch a more fashionable fitness band called Samsung Charm.

After its announcement at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona this year, the Charm is now up for sale in South Korea, France, Italy and Russia.  Samsung also announced that the device will come to additional markets in the near future.

Charm is available in Gold, Black and Rose Quartz

Samsung Charm uses color-coded LED notifications to inform users of social media messages, incoming calls and texts, as well as track steps, distance-traveled and burned calories. The Charm works in connection with the Samsung S Health app, synching through Bluetooth to Android phones.

Charm comes with a built-in 17mAh battery that allows users to enjoy the device for up to 14 days on a single charge. It’s compatible with smartphones running on Android OS 4.4 and later, including Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.

The fitness bracelet comes in three available colors, Gold, Black and Rose Quartz. In 2014, Samsung also launched a fashionable smartwatch, the Gear S with Swarovski luxury strap, which came with a 2-inch curved display and 3G connectivity.

Although, Samsung didn’t provide any information on the price, it seems that the bracelet sells for $45 (40 Euro) in France, which means that the price will be similar in other markets. The company also revealed a rectangular version of the Charm, but is launch date wasn’t announced.

Let’s block ads! (Why?)

Related Posts

Facebook Comments

Return to Top ▲Return to Top ▲