Samsung's next hybrid smartwatch is called Gear Sport

Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro likely gets confirmed Gear Sport clears FCC

Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro likely gets confirmed Gear Sport clears FCC

Samsung has been quietly working on its next wearable device which is neither going to be a traditional smartwatch nor exactly a Fitness band.

Al Gore says Trump driving, not weakening, climate change momentum
Bush during the 2000 presidential election, described Trump's withdrawal from the Paris Agreement as "very troubling". Gore, who served as vice president under Bill Clinton and famously lost out to George W.

Meanwhile, in a separate but related news, a new Samsung wearable dubbed Gear Sport has been cleared by the FCC.

Maharashtra Assembly Clears Bill Allowing Shops to Operate 24X7
The reform follows the Centre's Model Shops and Establishment (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Bill, 2016. However, they have to get prior permission from the Police officials, who would approve the request, as per the requirements.

According to rumors, the smartwatch will probably consist of features such as on-board Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. However, the Sport moniker suggests the device is meant to bridge the gap between a smartwatch and a fitness tracker. Samsung has also requested that the documents regarding further details of the smart device be confidential.

Dollar at eight-week low vs yen as North Korea tensions simmer
A notable decline by Disney (DIS) is weighing on the Dow, with the entertainment giant slumping by 3.9% on the day. In the bond market, treasuries are extending the upward move seen over the two previous sessions.

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 will likely run Tizen, since it's not a Galaxy-branded device, and given the name, will likely have sports-centric features. Making a new model that's more tailored to exercise would help it better compete with Apple and could get more people interested in the product. Thanks to a new listing on the FCC, it looks like Samsung's upcoming wearable could be here as soon as later this month.

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