The web page for Samsung's new fitness band is already live, one day early.

Along with the Galaxy Note 8, Samsung is also expected to announce the Gear Fit 2 Pro very soon. It's so anxious to do so, apparently, that it actually briefly put the product page up on its website without making any prior announcement. The page, as you expect, was taken down, but we still got a look at the new wearable for a moment.

The web page confirms some of the rumored specs for the device: it will connect to your phone via Bluetooth 4.2, has a 200 mAh battery that is said to be good for 3 to 4 days of use, has about 2GB of available storage for offline music playback, and features a standalone GPS like the standard Gear Fit 2. Having the GPS on full time — like if you're running — will knock the battery life down to 9 hours, but that's more than enough time to track a handful of runs without charging. The fitness band will be IP68 dust- and water-resistant, and submersible up to 5 atmospheres of pressure (ATM), or about 130 feet, so it will be just fine at the local pool. As one would expect from any good fitness band these days, there is also a built in heart rate sensor and pedometer.

The product page shows a number of services that the Fit 2 Pro can tie into, including Under Armor, MapMyRun, MyFitnessPal, Endomondo and Samsung's own Health ecosystem. Samsung also says the fitness band will be subtle enough for everyday wear, and I don't necessarily disagree with that.

One item not mentioned was the price. If Samsung sticks with the sub-$200 pricing it had with the Gear Fit 2, I think this new fitness band will be a winner. We'll likely find out at Samsung's Unpacked press conference in Berlin, which coincides with the IFA trade show next week.

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