The Samsung Gear A smartwatch has been making the rounds in leaks for quite some time now. A new report is telling us that Samsung might not release the smartwatch during the August 13 event, where it will also reveal the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 edge+. It is said that the company
Samsung held a Tizen Developer Conference in India today, where it confirmed some of the features that are expected to be on board the new Gear A smartwatch. For starters, it was confirmed that the wearable will use the Tizen 2.3.1 operating system, with a circular display bearing a resolution of 360 x 360 pixels.
A new report has suggested that Samsung’s upcoming Gear A smartwatch will be revealed on the 13th of August with the new Samsung Pay service bundled. The company has teased the arrival of the wireless payment offering for quite some time now and it’s good to know that we have an ETA now. We’ve heard about
Samsung is expected to reveal the Gear A wearable later this year, probably during the same time as the Galaxy Note 5 announcement. A new report has now hinted that the device might also feature support for Samsung Pay out of the box, letting you make super quick mobile payments without requiring to flip out your
Korean manufacturer Samsung is said to be working on a new smartwatch scheduled to launch later this year. This wearable known as the Gear A is expected to be packing a circular display (which was recently confirmed by the company), a bezel ring which can be rotated to control the UI and cellular connectivity much like the
Samsung is expected to launch a new smartwatch called the Gear A as numerous reports have told us. The company has now announced that it will be launching the SDK for the smartwatch well before the launch, thus giving developers enough time to work on new apps and content for the wearable. In doing this, Samsung has also confirmed
Samsung’s intentions to launch a new smartwatch are well known at this point. The company is expected to announce this wearable (also known as the Orbis) in September. However, the device hasn’t stopped making its way into the rumor mill, with a new report suggesting that the smartwatch will pack 3G support out of the box, much