Not too long ago, Samsung unveiled a bunch of wearables, including the sequel of the Galaxy Gear, as well as a Galaxy Gear Fit, which might be one of the best wearable devices we’ve seen lately. If you think Samsung is done with the wearable devices for now, think again as another mysterious device was spotted on the FCC, as well as the Bluetooth SIG, known as S Circle.
There’s no word about what this device is, but it’ appears to be an activity tracker without a display and comes with Bluetooth support. That might be one of the reasons why it has passed Bluetooth SIG as well, and may as well come with the ability to connect to Galaxy devices via Bluetooth. Once connected, the wearable will reportedly feed data to the new S-Health app that will launch alongside the Samsung Galaxy S5. It may be a wearable similar to Jawborne, and other similar products in the market that provides users with health-related metrics such as distance tracking, steps walked and more.
There’s no official word from Samsung about any such device, but we’re a little surprised to see the Korean OEM working on yet another wearable device, especially after launching the amazing Galaxy Gear Fit. Whatever it is, it will definitely be cheaper than the Galaxy Gear 2 and the Galaxy Gear Fit. Samsung has done a pretty good job in making sure it stays secret. It’s just a speculation so let’s just wait for the device to get official before making up conclusions. And, the above posted image is not S Circle.