Samsung to launch Gear Sport wearable during IFA

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A new Samsung smartwatch has been spotted in the FCC database.

A sports-focused watch would make plenty of sense. It will likely run Tizen, since it's not a Galaxy-branded device, and given the name, will likely have sports-centric features. Nowhere in the FCC listing does Samsung actually list that the Gear Sport is a smartwatch per-say, but the rounded body of the gadget indicates that it will have a smartwatch-like appearance at the very least. If you are the one who gets confused choosing between a smartwatch and fitness tracker, just wait for Samsung's next announcement that could take place at IFA 2017.

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According to rumors, the smartwatch will probably consist of features such as on-board Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Samsung's smartwatch interface will also likely be provided with a bit of a makeover to match the tone of the smartwatch.

It might be about time that Samsung introduced its Bixby AI to its smartwatches now, since the company has already started developing headphones with a dedicated Bixby button. It looks like the next hybrid smartwatch from Samsung will be called Gear Sport. In this image we can see a device that's almost identical to the Samsung Gear S3 - save some small differences. There are claims that the device might be made official around the end of this month along with the Galaxy Note 8.