New leaked images of what are claimed to be the SM-R150, Samsung's unannounced wearable tracker known internally as 'Triathlon', have appeared. Interestingly, this Tizen-powered device looks strikingly similar to Samsung's other wearables, most notably the Gear S2. The familiar round display makes a return with what looks like a heart-rate monitor accessory.
Looking at the leaked images, the wearable will be able to count exercises, measure up water intake, as well as viewing other statistics already available on the variety of trackers available on the market today. Should this device make it to shelves, it will be interesting to see Samsung market the wearable as a tracker while resembling that of the company's own smartwatch range.
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