At this point it's pretty much a given that Samsung will launch the Gear Fit 2 in the coming weeks or months. The fitness tracker that's going to be the successor to the original Gear Fit from 2014 has first been leaked last month, followed yesterday by an image of it spotted hanging out on an official Samsung website.
And today prolific leaker Evan Blass (also known as @evleaks) has released some new renders of the upcoming device. These show three color versions for the Fit 2, though it's unclear whether they are going to be all of the hues of the tracker, or if it will be offered in even more colorful iterations.
Even if black, pink, and blue will turn out to be the only options when it comes time to purchase a Gear Fit 2, at least you do have two versions that stand out somewhat compared to the bland black model.
The Gear Fit 2 has been rumored to sport a built-in GPS, as well as a 1.84-inch curved AMOLED touchscreen. It appears to have a slightly more square aspect ratio compared to the more elongated look of the first Gear Fit's panel. And, as you can see, the strap now has a textured finish. Other details about the new fitness tracker aren't out yet, but at this rate of leaks we expect to hear a lot more about it soon.