Smart Watches

Samsung Gear s2

Overview

3.8
Based on 5 Pro Reviews
34%
bucket
Rating
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Released
Oct 2015
Battery life
2 days
OS
Tizen
CPU
Exynos 3250 with 2 cores @ 1000 Mhz
GPS
No
Anti-scratch lens
No

Specification

Features & Technology

Resolution 360 x 360
CPU Exynos 3250
Sensors
  • Accelerometer
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Nfc
  • Gyrometer
  • Ambient light sensor
Display Type Super amoled
Touch Yes
Multi-touch No
Battery Capacity 250 mah
Battery Type Lithium-ion
Charging Connection
  • Wireless
OS Tizen
Wireless Connectivity
  • Bluetooth 4.0+
  • Nfc
  • Wi-fi
Interfaces
  • Microphone
  • Speaker

Body

Dust Resistance Dustproof and waterproof
Protection Rating Ip68
Case Materials
  • Stainless steel
Wristband Materials
  • Silicone
Replaceable Wristband No
Anti-scratch lens No

Notifications

Notifications
  • Calendar reminder
  • E-mail
  • Incoming call
  • Missed call
  • Text message
  • Weather
  • Alarm
  • Timer
Incoming Notifications Type
  • Icon only
  • Whole content
Notification Methods
  • Sound
  • Screen backlight
Remote Features
  • Music control
  • Voice control
  • Hands-free mode(bluetooth calling)
  • Find my phone
  • Interactive notifications

More Info

Headphone Connection
  • Bluetooth
Available Apps Samsung gear apps

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Reviews

Pro Reviews

AndroidPIT
4.0
With the Gear S2, Samsung has produced a really compelling alternative to the current crop of Android Wear smartwatches. In many ways the Gear S2 is the most appealing smartwatch we've yet seen but it has a few major issues.
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techradar
4.0
This is by far Samsung's best smartwatch yet, from its smarter, round design to the clever rotating bezel. However, the Gear S2 still looks and feels more like a tech lover's device, and lacks a developer community.
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The Verge
3.5
We’re still in the infancy of smartwatches, where companies are attempting different ideas, trying new things, and learning lessons all along the way. It will be a long time before they are as sorted out as smartphones are in terms of design and usability. But if there’s a direction I’d like to see the industry go, it’s the path Samsung has set forth with the Gear S2: easy-to-use smartwatches that both look good and function well.
read full review at The Verge
CNET
3.5
Samsung's newest smartwatch reinvents itself with a whole new look and feel to create one of the best-designed wrist gadgets around -- but it still lacks the apps to set it above the competition.
read full review at CNET
Wareable
4.0
As easy to get on with as a Pebble, as stylish as an Apple Watch and with that tactile, rotating bezel as its secret weapon, the Gear S2 is the kind of smartwatch you’d kick yourself for leaving at home. It’s not perfect – this isn’t that dream hybrid of fitness tracker and all-round wrist computer, and we really need to see more apps for Tizen – but by giving us decent battery life without sacrificing features it feels like a leap forward. The 3G and GPS model has the chance to change what an everyday smartwatch is capable of, but the regular S2 and the Classic should be on every Android owner’s smartwatch shortlist.
read full review at Wareable