Samsung had high expectations when they first launched their first wearable device, the Galaxy Gear. They even launched it alongside with it’s flagship Galaxy Note 3 device to gain more audience as a marketing strategy. But after several months, the Galaxy Gear has proved to be a disappointment and even forced the company to cut down it’s price in an attempt to sell more units before they unveil it’s predecessor next month at Mobile World … Continue reading
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According to Samsung Mobile Vice President Lee Young Hee, the company will focus on a new Galaxy Gear that will be more compact, and will have more features and possible health-related functionalities. The device is also said to be announced alongside with the much anticipated Galaxy S5 sometime in the first half of the year.
“When we release our S5 device, you can also expect a Gear successor with more advanced functions, and the bulky design will also be … Continue reading
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The Samsung Galaxy Gear is the company’s first smart-watch and it can be also considered as an extension of the Galaxy family. However, it’s not been received all that well, and part of it was due to compatibility – it is only compatible with two devices at the moment which is the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition.
Well that part of the problem (at least) will be fixed soon as Samsung will be rolling out … Continue reading
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If you own a Galaxy Gear and you want to make more use of it, here’s some ways to install third-party apps on your smartwatch to lighten it up a little.
The Galaxy Gear has a “USB debug” checkbox in the settings meaning you can connect it to your computer, and using ADB, you can type in some commands and sideload whatever you want onto your Galaxy Gear . The Gear runs on Android 4.2.2 with an 800MHz processor plus 512MB … Continue reading
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When Galaxy Gear was unveiled last month, Samsung told to the world that for now it’s only compatible with Galaxy Note 3. Samsung, also, informed us that in the near future, will extent the compatibility of the Galaxy Gear, so it will be able to work with more of its flagship devices.
But, now we learn that the Galaxy Gear works with HTC One as well. A member of xda developer’s forum, uploaded a … Continue reading
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Ryan Bidan, the Director of Product Marketing for Samsung Mobile, is looking for ways on how the Samsung Gaaxy Gear can be used with Smart TVs and other networked devices, and also looking for developers for ideas at the annual Samsung Developers Conference at the end of October in San Francisco.
The Samsung Galaxy Gear currently works with Galaxy Note devices and soon will be connected to other Samsung devices like the S4 via a software update and making … Continue reading
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