Dialog Semiconductor’s Wireless MCU Employed by Samsung for Galaxy Fit

July 24, 2019 Laura Dolan

Dialog Semiconductor’s DA14697, a wireless MCU in Dialog’s DA1469x SmartBond series has been implemented in Samsung’s latest Galaxy Fit.  

The DA1469x family provides developers enhanced processing power, resources, range and battery life for a myriad of connected applications for consumers, such as fitness trackers and other wearable devices. 

The DA1469x family also has a dedicated application processor based on the ARM Cortex-M33 processor, which saves energy by prompting the application processor only when needed with a Sensor Node Controller (SNC).

“Samsung’s elegantly designed Galaxy Fit epitomizes the features consumers are looking for in next generation fitness trackers,” said Dialog Semiconductor’s Connectivity and Audio Business Group’s Senior Vice President and General Manager, Sean McGrath. “Our collaboration with Samsung not only builds on Dialog’s leadership position in wearable technology, but it serves as a strong example of connected living enabled by low power Bluetooth connectivity with best-in-class power consumption features.”

Learn more at https://www.dialog-semiconductor.com/products/da1469x-product-family.  

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