Welcome to And finally, the place to find out what's been happening in the wearable tech world over the last seven days.
Hitting the headlines this week, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 has been outed and is tipped to offer Apple Watch-rivalling features including ECG. More details emerge over the reasons why Jony Ive is leaving Apple, plus we spotted a pretty tasty Fitbit Versa deal if you're in the market for a shiny new smartwatch.
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Read on for a few lighter stories for you to tuck into if you need that extra hit of wearable goodness.
Fossil Sport 2 could be on the way
It sounds like Fossil could be prepping a successor to its sporty Wear OS smartwatch after evidence emerged that suggests a reveal is on the horizon.
A new Fossil smartwatch has been spotted getting approval on the Bluetooth SIG website. That's the place devices usually appear to get the thumbs up for meeting the required standard for Bluetooth technologies.
The watch was listed with the DW10F1 ID, which is interesting because a device with the DW9F1 ID appeared around the same time as the first Fossil Sport was launched. So this could well be the new Sport. There is every possibility it could be a new Fossil Explorist or Venture watch, but it's interesting it has appeared on its own.
The first Fossil Sport launched in 2018 becoming one of the first Wear OS watches to run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 3100 processor. We scored it a decent 3.5/5 in our review while Google's CEO Sundar Pichai was spotted wearing the watch on stage at its annual developer conference back in May.
Only a few weeks ago a series of listings on the FCC revealed that that new watches from Fossil Group brands Michael Kors, Emporio Armani and Diesel watches were on the way. It looks like we can add another watch to that list.
Read our round-up of the best smartwatches to buy right now.
Fitbit Inspire gets new watch faces
If you own a Fitbit Inspire or a Fitbit Inspire HR, there's a new software update available that fixes bugs but also brings new watch faces to your fitness tracker.
There are five new watch faces in total, which can be found in the Fitbit Clock Gallery inside the Fitbit companion smartphone app. The version 1.63.5 update is starting to roll out now and will continue to do so over the following weeks, so you may not see it straight away.
Back in March, Fitbit temporarily removed its Heavy Stats and Valerie watch faces, which appeared to be impacting on the device's battery performance. But it looks like it's trying to make amends after those issues by giving us more time-telling options to choose from.
Samsung Galaxy Galaxy Fit gets improved HR skills
Staying on the update theme, Samsung has rolled out a new software update for its Galaxy Fit fitness tracker, which along with general stability improvements also brings a useful new feature.
The 20MB update has made tweaks in the battery charging department, but more interestingly also brings an on-screen button to enable you to take on-the-spot heart rate measurements.
The Over-The-Air update was first spotted by Fit users in France, so you may well see the update roll out to other territories over the coming days.
Samsung's successor to the Gear Fit2 Pro has only been on sale for around a month, so it's good to see that Samsung is already managing to make improvements to its $100 tracker that we are currently putting through its paces.
Check out our roundup of the best fitness trackers to snap up right now.
New TicWatch incoming 10 July
TicWatch makers Mobvoi have released a video showing off what looks like a new smartwatch with all set to be revealed on the 10 July.
This could well be the TicWatch Pro LTE that popped up on the company's website a few weeks ago. Mobvoi is expected to update its more luxurious Wear OS smartwatch with LTE connectivity, which is tipped to be available through US cellular network Verizon.
As far as design goes, the video seems to suggest it'll appear quite similar to the first TicWatch Pro but could offer a more rugged and durable look.
Check out our current top Wear OS smartwatch picks.
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