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Samsung Gear Fit Teardown
The Samsung Gear Fit is one of the best-looking wearable devices on the market. Its AMOLED display looks great, and the touchscreen interface is easy to use. The Fit’s sleek, curved design feels good on the wrist, and it’s a comfortable weight too.
In this Cracking Open gallery, I walk you through the process of disassembling the Fit and show you the hardware inside this little looker. For a detailed analysis of the teardown, check out my article and video, Samsung Gear Fit teardown reveals well-engineered wearable.
Gear Fit: Specs and pricing
Released in April 2014, the Gear Fit ($199) has a 1.84″ AMOLED display, accelerometer, gyroscope, and heart rate sensor.
Gear Fit curved AMOLED display
The Gear Fit has a touch-sensitive, curved AMOLED display.
Gear Fit with Samsung Galaxy 5S
The Gear Fit next to the Samsung Galaxy S5. A Samsung device is required to pair with the Gear Fit.
Gear Fit: Removing the front panel and display
The only way inside the Gear Fit is through the display panel.