While we had plenty of wrist-on time with the Samsung Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit at their launch at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Samsung chose to keep mum on the pricing information.
Sam Mobile has stepped in early however, and the site claims to know the retail prices for all three models, thanks to an inside source.
The camera-toting Gear 2 will hit shelves for €300, while the Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit will both land for €200.
That's likely to translate to S$525 and S$350 respectively, meaning that the Gear 2 will arrive with around the same price tag as its predecessor.
Many people found the previous Gear's asking price too steep, so it looks like Samsung is hoping that its improved design, longer battery life, heart rate sensor and IR blaster will be perceived as getting more for your money.
It's interesting to see both the camera-less Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit arrive with the same price tags. We expected the Gear Fit to be the most wallet friendly of the three, given its lack of certain features like S Voice and the ability to make calls, not to mention the absence of an IR blaster.
But we don't suppose curved Super AMOLED displays come cheap.
We're taking these prices with a generous serving of salt until something official comes in, so stay tuned for more info as and when we get it.