Tagged: Gear S2

[Deal] Get the Samsung Gear S2 for less than $160 on Groupon

Smartwatches are wanted by millions, but most people don’t buy them because they’re expensive and the features might not live up to expectations. Today you can get a smartwatch with little compromise. Groupon’s ongoing deal for a Samsung Gear S2 takes away any worry that you’ll have a bad buy and regret spending on a […]

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Samsung expands market for Gear smartwatches via iOS compatability

It took Samsung quite a while, but Samsung has finally released an iOS app that enables users to connect some of their smartwatches with their Apple smartphone. The new iOS app will work with the Gear S2 and Gear S3 smartwatches. There are some reports that it will work with the Gear Fit 2 activity […]

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Samsung brings a raft of Gear S3 features to last year’s Gear S2

When a new device launches, it usually boasts a slew of new features that differentiate it from the outgoing model to drive sales. In a nice surprise for Gear S2 owners, though, Samsung has just announced that the just released Gear S2 Value Pack has a bunch of features borrowed directly from the Gear S3. Join […]

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New Gear S2 Update Announced, Includes Some Gear S3 Features

Samsung built up a lot of hype for their new Gear S3 smartwatches this year, and the company officially released them a couple of weeks ago. Like the Gear S2, these new smartwatch run the wearable version of Tizen, and they’ve started to amass a decent following with its unique bezel controls for a smartwatch.

Samsung Pay Beta Comes to the Gear S2

Along with the new firmware update the Samsung Gear S2 received recently, the South Korean tech giant has finally launched a beta version of Samsung Pay on the smartwatch. The service is restricted to the United States, will only work on the Bluetooth model (not 3G), it only works at NFC enabled terminals (and not MST), and you’ll need