The smartwatch market is filled with lots of brands that have released interesting wearable devices. Every watch has something unique and many other features, trying to attract customers. While the Apple Watch has been released in April, now it is time for Samsung to unveil its latest device.
These days, the giant manufacturer has released its newest wearable, called Gear S2. Even if there are several Android Wear smartwatches on the market, there is always place for one more. Therefore, the new Samsung Gear S2 gives that feeling that a new Android smartwatch has been invented. Why? Because this new smartwatch is incredible.
The new Samsung Gear S2 comes with an incredible design and some interesting new features. This device is available at the price of 300 dollars, which is probably a little expensive, but it is definitely worth the money. Everything that this watch has is pretty amazing. It comes with a design that will probably be an example for other watches in the future and it is pretty appealing for any genre. This watch will definitely be a strong contender on the market for the Apple Watch or for the new Huawei Watch, also released these days.
This smartwatch comes with a round design, like many other smartwatches, including LG Watch Urbane, Huawei Watch and Moto 360. Well, even if these watches are round, they don’t do nothing, except for being more attractive.
In Samsung’s case, the Gear S2 was built to be round, because it has a rotating bezel that makes all the magic happen. Instead of having a digital crown to browse the menu, the Gear S2 has a rotating bezel. Yes, users can rotate the bezel to set the time, select app icons and many others. Sometimes, the bezel just replicates what users can do on the touchscreen, but it is a nice experience.
As for its battery life, the new Samsung Gear S2 will last approximately a day longer than its competitors. It’s not a huge deal, but having a third day of use is very useful. Moreover, this smartwatch also comes with voice commands, meaning that users can ask about driving directions, about the weather and even basic math problems.