A new update is available for US owners of the Samsung Galaxy Gear, switching the platform from Android over to the Samsung-backed Tizen OS.
So you decided to take the plunge and buy a smartwatch. But what’s the best option out there? Sure, Android Wear devices are nice, but that doesn’t mean Samsung’s Tizen Gear line should be ignored, especially if you’re looking for a cheaper ticket to the smartwatch club.
The Galaxy Gear may no longer be the latest or greatest from Samsung, but with recent updates its still a pretty capable watch and can often be found for killer prices. Case and point, the recertified Galaxy Gear is currently just $99.
At first glance, Samsung’s Patent application for a new smartwatch appears to be not unlike the Moto 360, but dive deeper and you’ll find a different take on mounting and touch-less gesture support.
Wearable devices are set to take center stage in the mobile market this year, and Samsung has a trio of smartwatches on offer: the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit. In this review, we take a look at the Samsung Gear 2.
New reports based on insider information suggest Samsung will show off more than one new version of the Gear next week at MWC, and at least one of them could run Tizen, not Android.
For today only, Best Buy is offering the Samsung Galaxy Gear for just $150 — 50% off the normal price. Keep reading to learn more!
Samsung has slashed the retail price of its Galaxy Gear to Rs.15,290 (around $244) in India, with a global price cut expected to follow in the coming weeks.
Samsung is reportedly developing smart eyewear, with a target launch at the IFA Berlin show in September. The smart eyewear is tentatively dubbed Galaxy Glass, an anonymous official said, and Samsung is aiming for a release at IFA 2014 at the earliest.
Thanks to a new manual method described by XDA member ‘ pcelli’, it is now possible to connect the Galaxy Gear to the Nexus 5 and possibly even the Nexus 7. Keep reading for more details!