Earlier today, Samsung’s newest circular Tizen smartwatch, the Gear S2, officially hit retail stores in the states. Along with that, Samsung uploaded a video on YouTube for a closer look inside the box.
The Fossil Q is the company’s first attempt at an Android Wear smartwatch, and it looks like one of the more compelling designs we’ve seen on some of these connected watches. It features a design worthy of the Fossil brand, and it’s powered by Intel and Google’s wearable platform. Read more
Pebble announced today the launch of its first fully circular smartwatch, the Pebble Time Round. At just 7.5mm thick and weighing only 28 grams, the Pebble Time Round is the world’s thinnest and lightest smartwatch. The watch has an all-metal construction, with a 38.5mm face and comes with many customization options. Read more
Samsung’s Gear S2 smartwatch is a bit smaller than the original Gear S, and it has a completely round design. Aesthetically, it looks fantastic, but typically small, unusually shaped electronics also have batteries that are way too small. Read more
Just last week, Samsung officially unveiled its long awaited Gear S2 smartwatches at IFA 2015 in Berlin. The Gear S2, Gear S2 Classic and Gear S2 3G all feature round displays and run Samsung’s Tizen watch interface. The smartwatches will make their way to many countries around the world starting next month.
One device we were looking to seeing announced at IFA 2015 was Samsung’s Gear S2 smartwatch, and we weren’t disappointed. It may be running Tizen firmware instead of the Android Wear that many of us might prefer, but it sure looks like Samsung made a real effort with the Gear S2’s design, its circular face looks very pleasing to the eye. Of course, just because it’s been announced, doesn’t mean that Samsung will take it easy. This is Samsung we are talking about, after all, and as such, we shouldn’t be surprised that its marketing department is on the ball, showing off some of the Gear S2’s features in an infographic which can be seen after the break
The world is full of rectangular displays, but the original Moto 360 actually resembled a traditional watch with its display’s round shape. Motorola pushed engineering boundaries with the design of last year’s standout smartwatch. Now the company is back with a new, refined Moto 360 that is made the way you want it. The Moto 360 may have not changed too much since its debut, yet you’ll notice that customization is as important as ever to Motorola.