Samsung Gear S
Samsung Gear S Description:
Top Customer Review:
I have the Note 7 and my watch works perfectly with it. I love the way the Gear S looks and the capabilities of it. I only wish Samsung would've stayed with this style of watch. Not a fan of the new round faced Gear S 2...Im going to stay with the Gear S until it dies on me, which doesnt seem like anytime soon
All Customer Reviews
The dream of a fully standalone wrist gadget that can make phone calls, stay connected and even help you be sounds good, at least on paper. To own a smartwatch usually means having it be perma-paired to a phone in your pocket: it ends up being, largely, a phone accessory. That's starting to change. A few bold watches are trying to break away and be their own devices, with their own phone service to boot.
The Samsung Gear S is one of those. This is Samsung's sixth smartwatch in a little over a year, but it has one big difference: it gets its own cell service and data. It even has its own SIM-card slot. It's a watch that's also a phone.
Someday soon, smartwatches might be devices that work totally on their own, no phone necessary: as a connected Web browser, a music player, a fitness device. But the Samsung Gear S is not exactly that magic watch. Yes, it can do a surprising number of things. But it still needs a Samsung phone to make most features work. It runs Samsung's limited Tizen software and dedicated Gear apps, closing it off from the richer ecosystem of Google's Android Wear. And it requires a connected data plan to even use it as a cellular device.
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Samsung Gear S Technical Details:
|OS||Tizen-based wearable platform|
|CPU||Dual-core 1.0 GHz Cortex-A7|
|Internal Memory||4 Gb|
|Display type||Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors|
|Battery||Li-Ion 300 mAh|
|Item Weight||67 g|
Samsung Gear S Customer Reviews:
very beautirful picture