Samsung has released a new set of features for the Gear Fit 2 to help track your workouts a bit better. The wearable now has an auto pause function that detects when you’ve stopped in the middle of a run or workout. It’ll pick up where you left off once it notices you’ve resumed. The Gear Fit 2 can now also track high-intensity exercises such as basketball, table tennis, dancing, football (international version), and badminton. And once you exceed 10 minutes of these sessions, the wearable categorizes these as a Dynamic Workout.
The Gear Fit 2 aims to get better at monitoring your indoor exercises as well, especially those that have repetitive sets. You can input the number of repetitions you want to do and set those for crunches, lunges, squats, and star jumps. The tracker will then start monitoring your progress as soon as you begin. It’ll also let you know appropriate break intervals between sets. The update is rolling out now internationally.
Source: Android Central