Posted by PrePayMania | Posted in Samsung Galaxy Gear | Posted on 05-09-2013-05-2008
Germany, 5th Sept, 2013: Samsung today officially launched Android Powered Galaxy Gear, its first most elegant and amazing smart watch at IFA in Berlin. Galaxy Gear is intended to lead what is expected to be a new generation of smart watches and wearable gadgets.
Smart watches are designed to cut the noise of phone, with its apps and games and notifications and social networks and alerts and alarms and little red numbers shouting for your attention — and the Gear manages that with a playful elegance. The combination of simplicity with function: it’s incredibly easy to control. Lower power Bluetooth is available to sync with the Smartphone.
- 800MHz processor
- 512MB of RAM
- 1.63-inch, 320×320-pixel super AMOLED Display
- Touch interface sleeky responsive
- 1.9-megapixel camera
- Android OS
You can swipe the screen from left to right through screen selection. When you start scrolling to the right you will be able to see a number of options starting from home screen to notifications, then voice memos, then S Voice commands, then your photo gallery, the music player, a pedometer, settings, and an apps shortcut. From the left scroll you can see your contact diary followed by the phone call log details. You can customize the home screen and can also add calendar appointments. You will able to track new messages or alerts through notifications. You need to tap on screen to see your message. You can even record 5 minutes voice memos or instruct the watch by scrolling to the S Voice app.
You just need to tap on photo gallery to see thumbnail of your photos and videos. To listen to the music from Gear you just need to tap on the music player and will get basic controls like play, pause, backward and forward. Swiping up the home screen starts the camera whereas swimming down will display the number keypad. There will be around 70 applications which will be optimized for Gear’s small screen.
Samsung overtook Apple last year as the world’s largest producer of smartphones, got into the watch business in 1999 with a model that consumers ignored. Available colors include lime green, oatmeal beige, wild orange, mocha gray, jet black and rose gold.