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Pricing is clear, too, with a recommended retail price of $289 and an availability of now. Compatibility for this wearable extends to both the 2015 and 2016 flagships from Samsung, and we suspect probably other manufacturers since Samsung has made its Gear S2 smartwatch talk to other manufacturers, with HTC’s One, LG’s G-series, and Sony’s Xperia Z line of phones also supported for that device.

As for where Samsung’s other fitness wearable is in Australia — the also recently announced IconX — we can’t say, but the moment news breaks, you can bet we’ll have it here.