Samsung Galaxy Gear Review
We are going through a period of increasing wearable technologies. Many brands are launching smart watch products. Some of them can communicate with certain devices, while others can be used according to the operating system. Samsung's Galaxy Gear, announced last September, is a good example of these wearable technologies.
With a touch screen, the clock can now be used with Samsung's Note 3, S4 and Note 2 models. It has a microphone and speaker on the device and allows phone calls. It also includes features such as making calls, rejecting calls, calendar, SMS, etc.
The camera can also record 720p videos with a maximum length of 15 seconds. The 1.9 Megapixel Gear also features a 4GB internal memory and 800 MHz processor.
The product includes steps such as Step Counting, changing the screen clock as standard. You also increase the options with the clock apps that are available in the application store that Samsung has opened.
Processor: 800 MHz Processer
Display: 1.63 inch (41.4mm) Super AMOLED (320 x 320)
Camera: 1.9 Megapixel BSI Sensor, Auto Focus Camera / Sound & Shot
HD (720p) Playback & Recording
ChatON: mobile communication service
Bluetooth® v 4.0 + BLE
4GB Internal memory + 512 MB (RAM)
36.8 x 56.6 x 11.1 mm, 73.8g
Standard battery, Li-ion 315mAh
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