Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch- Retail Packaging – Mocha Gray

February 8, 2014 - Comment

Introducing a brand-new way to stay connected. Samsung Galaxy Gear extends the smartphone experience to your wrist and keeps you updated with glance notifications, so you can keep up with calls, texts and emails. With a brilliant 1.63-inch Super AMOLED screen, the sleek wearable device features a full metal body design and a comfortable strap.

Introducing a brand-new way to stay connected. Samsung Galaxy Gear extends the smartphone experience to your wrist and keeps you updated with glance notifications, so you can keep up with calls, texts and emails. With a brilliant 1.63-inch Super AMOLED screen, the sleek wearable device features a full metal body design and a comfortable strap. Connected to your Galaxy smartphone via low power Bluetooth, Galaxy Gear allows for discreet notifications, hands-free calling, music control, S Voice access and an array of exceptional features.

Warranty Information:

Device                         1 Year
Battery(ies)*                1 Year
Case/Pouch/Holster*    90 Days
Other Device              
Accessories*                 1 Year

Product Features

  • Compatible with Galaxy Note 3 and other Galaxy smartphones
  • 1.63 inch Super AMOLED screen and 1.9 Megapixel camera
  • Place calls and answer them directly from your Galaxy Gear
  • Enjoy the S Voice personal assistant right on your wrist
  • Includes Samsung Galaxy Gear, wall charger, charging cradle, quick start guide

Comments

Joel "Software Engineer" says:

Easy Setup, Nifty Device At the time I am writing this review the Galaxy Gear is designed to work with two devices; the Galaxy Note 3 (phone), and the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition (tablet). Though there is word that Samsung is about to roll out the update to the unbranded Galaxy S4’s to give them compatibility. I am using this watch with the Note 3. The phone comes in packaging of the same style as the Note 3. In the box you’ll find the watch, a Micro USB charger, the charging “cradle”, and…

John says:

UPDATE: This is just the beginning UPDATE – 1/13/14: Shortly after I wrote my original review I returned my Gear and decided to pursue other devices. This was just before the firmware update last December. I was frustrated with the limited notifications and battery life. So I decided to try the new Qualcomm Toq. I tried the Toq for about a week and returned it.Pros:- Excellent battery life (7 days)- Always on Mirasol color display (great in sunlight)- Robust notification capabilities- Cool wireless…

Krishna Misra says:

One of the finest gadgets!! Before I write anything about this amazing watch, I advise you to just ignore the critics review(cnet, pcmag etc etc) for this watch. I didn’t understand why they were so negative about this.I believe watches are traditionally known to do perfectly what they are supposed to do. Considering the fact that it is just a watch, there is no point putting too many features and making the watch too complex to use. In this criteria this watch fits very well.Here is what I feel about this…

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