Samsung Introduced Simple Yet Stylish Fitness Tracker “THE CHARM”

Posted: Feb 24 2016, 1:29pm CST | by , Updated: Feb 24 2016, 10:49pm CST, in News | MWC

Samsung Introduced Simple Yet Stylish Fitness Tracker “THE CHARM”

Samsung took MWC by storm when it announced its latest Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge pair.

Apart from the two much rumored devices, Samsung also announced different accessories and other gadgets during the show.

Samsung unveiled a whole bunch of covers and cases, keyboards, fast chargers and gamepads, and Lens case etc.

Amidst all this, a new wearable by Samsung also was a head turner. The wearable by the Samsung is the called the Charm.

As per Samsung, it is "A New Type of Wearable". Well for Samsung, CHARM is really a new kind of wearable.

But for all the other wearable tech followers it resembles Xiaomi's Mi Band a lot. The Charm is fitted with LEDs to relay notifications from your phone.

To provide with data on the phone, there is a Bluetooth LE along with a dedicated Samsung Charm app.

Moreover, the Charm is basically a simple fitness tracker. It is capable of counting your steps, measuring your distance and calories etc.

All the data can easily be referred to S Health for further advice and recommendations. The charm is equipped with a 17 mAh battery pack.

Samsung has claimed that the wearable can last for up to 18 days on a single charge. The Charm is similar to the Xiaomi Mi Band in many ways.

The tracker is worth your money with its sleek, stylish appearance. The wearable will come in two different forms; a bar and a square.

Both of the forms will be adorned with exquisite bands and patterns. It will be available in Rose Quartz, black and gold color options.

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