Samsung's newest fitness watch is around the corner. The Gear Sport smartwatch and Gear IconX 2018 smart earbuds will be available for preorder starting October 13 and will go on sale in the U.S. October 27. The company announced that pre-orders for both products will begin tomorrow, with pricing set at $300 for the Gear Sport and $200 for the refined IconX. CNET has tried them both briefly, but we don't have either for review yet. Specs for the smartwatch include a 1.2-inch circular Super AMOLED display, 768MB RAM and 4GB Internal memory and a 300mAh battery.
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The Sport has Samsung's signature rotating bezel for using its Tizen-based UI, and there are some physical buttons on the right side of the device as well. It also has some of the best water resistance on the market at 5 ATM (meaning it's great for swimming), heart rate monitoring, and more. Oh, and it comes in two nice colors and will even work with your modern iOS devices.
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