Samsung announced today it sold an impressive 800,000 units of the Galaxy Gear smartwatch since its launch in late September. Despite unflattering reviews and a steep price, the Galaxy Gear is performing in the market better than most expected.
It was only a matter of time: the Samsung Galaxy Gear has now received its very first custom ROM. Keep reading to learn more!
The Toq will be available on December 2, and, for $349, buyers will get a low-power Mirasol display, long battery life (several days according to Qualcomm), and the ability to receive notifications right on the wrist, for things like email or calendar.
The Android 4.3 update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (GT-N7100) may arrive as soon as this week. In fact, there’s a good chance that Samsung will kick off the rollout today.
In conjunction with a recently released firmware update, the Galaxy Gear Manger has now received a new update that allows for full notification support for just about any Android app.
Google is reportedly in the late stages of developing a Google Now-integrated smartwatch. The Wall Street Journal reported that Google is in talks with Asian companies to mass manufacture the smartwatch, which may be ready for production within months.
The Galaxy Gear is, right now, only compatible with the Note 3 and some Galaxy S4 units, but that should change over the next weeks. The Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S4 mini, Galaxy S4 Active, Galaxy Mega 5.8, Galaxy Mega 6.3, and Galaxy S4 zoom are on the list.
HTC is down but not out: the Taiwanese phone maker is planning to give the Samsung Galaxy Gear some serious competition with a smartwatch of its own.
Samsung has showed off the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in a unique and charming advertisement where the Note 3’s features are displayed in the form of a pop up scrapbook. Read on for all of the details!
Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile all saw the Note 3 and Galaxy Gear arrive to their networks last week. Now it’s finally U.S. Cellular and Verizon’s turn!