Home Android News Update Samsung Galaxy Gear – Android smart-watch to be unveiled on September 4th,...
Galaxy Gear will be equipped with latest version of Android i.e, Jelly Bean 4.3 and will offer Bluetooth 4.0 & NFC connectivity to connect with its parent Android smartphone or tablet device. The device will possess a dual core processor which is clocked at 1.5Ghz & Samsung Exynos family chipset along with Mali-400 MP4 GPU. Since its a dual core device therefore it will have a great battery life which is expected to be up to 4 days. Galaxy Gear smartwatch will be offered in a colorful range of White, Orange, Gray, Black, White Gold. The most important part is the number of sensors Samsung will be using with their smartwatch to detect & act according to the situations. Accelerometer is the most basic sensor that detects motion of the device and performs certain functions.
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The smartwatch will be activated automatically once you’ll move your hands to take the smartwatch near to your eyes and that’s the magic of accelerometer sensor. There will be a inbuilt mic / speaker and a microUSB port for charging & data transfer purposes, however connectivity with Samsung smartphone or tablet device will only take place via Bluetooth or NFC connection. Samsung has also decided not to equip Galaxy Gear Android smartwatch with traditional Google Play Store, rather Samsung’s own app store. Pointing that only Samsung’s smartphones & tablets will be synced with Galaxy Gear smartwatch. There will be a deep Twitter & Facebook integration on the software side of Galaxy Gear. T3 has created an exclusive unoffical 3D concept render video of Galaxy Gear Android smartwatch, you can watch this awesome render video just below. Please note that expandable / bendable OLED being presented in this concept video may or may not be there in an official Galaxy Gear.
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