It’s been more than two years since Samsung launched its Gear Fit activity tracker, and now it looks like the company is getting ready for round two.

Venture Beat has published a series of images of a device that’s said to be the Gear Fit 2, as well as photos of another unannounced product: a set of cordless Bluetooth earbuds that are reportedly names Samsung Gear IconX.

samsung gear fit 2 and gear iconx

Like its predecessor, the new Gear Fit seems to have a 1.84 inch curved AMOLED display, although the new model is designed with a greater curve to make it more comfortable and built-in GPS support.

The Gear IconX earbuds seem to be completely wireless. They don’t use a cord to connect to your phone, but they also don’t need one to connect to one another. Place on in each ear and you’re good to go.

You can control some functions of the earbuds by touching them. And they have 4GB of internal storage which you can use to load up some music if you want to use the earbuds without your phone.

Samsung wouldn’t be the first company to launch a set of wireless earbuds. The Gear IconX seems similar to Bragi’s Dash and Earin’s earbuds. The Dash earbuds sell for $299 and the Earin models aren’t currently available.

There’s no word on how much Samsung’s version will cost or when you’ll be able to buy a pair.


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