The newly announced Galaxy Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit may soon be joined by another wearable device from Samsung. The still unannounced Samsung C-Circle (model number EI-AN900A) has been caught at the FCC, and as far as U.S. regulators are concerned, it will soon be ready to be sold on the U.S. soil.
The device's filling with the Commission isn't too revealing, but chances are it will be similar to Sammy's earlier S-Band (pictured above), while also adding new capabilities to the mix. This in turn will allow users to track their steps, heart rate, sleep patterns and so on. We would assume the S-Circle will cost less than the Galaxy Fit, which has that big screen (for a smart band) that makes it a premium fitness tracking device.
One thing is certain though, like all other Samsung-made wearables – the S-Circle will sync the data with the S Health app installed on compatible Galaxy smartphones, allowing users to quickly get information relevant to their well-being when they fancy. More to come, obviously.