Samsung is gearing up to launch its Smartwatch, Samsung Galaxy Gear on 4 September, 2013 during the IFA event in Berlin.
After being surrounded by numerous rumours, it is now being reported that the smartwatch is likely to come with a ten hour battery life, according to a report by The Telegraph.
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The gadget will have a 2.5 inch OLED touchscreen display with 320 ×320 resolution according to AmongTech. The smartwatch will also feature a Bluetooth connection, which will reportedly sync only with Samsung devices.
The device is said to be waterproof and will also have a scaled down jelly bean, along with a RAM of 1 GB. The Galaxy Gear will have to be charged daily because of its 10 hour battery life and will be available in 8GB and 6GB mode.
There will be an integrated front camera of 4 megapixels along with video recording capability of 720p and will also boast of an inbuilt Samsung Voice to work with maps
"The [Galaxy] Gear won't have a flexible display," said Lee Young-hee, executive vice-president of Samsung's mobile business according to Pocket-lint. "The new device will enhance and enrich the current smart mobile experience in many ways. It will lead a new trend in smart mobile communications. We are confident that the Gear will add meaningful momentum to the mobile industry."
Galaxy Gear will be launched along with Galaxy Note III to allow the watch users to stay connected with their social networks and e-mails.
The Galaxy Note III on the other hand is predicted to have a display of 5.7 inch, a RAM of 3 GB, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and a camera of 13 megapixels.
Galaxy Gear is the first gadget of its kind, which is grabbing the attention of all tech lovers. Apart from Samsung, Microsoft too has been working on its version of this gadget and Apple and Google too are planning to devise their own smartwatches.
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