Samsung launches three new variants of Gear S2 smartwatch

South Korean electronic giant Samsung on Monday launched three new variants of the Gear S2 smartwatch and a whole new set of applications and dial faces for Indian customers.

The wearables will be available across all Samsung retail channels at a price of Rs.24,300 for the Gear S2 white and Rs.34,900 for the Gear S2 Classic gold and platinum variants.

“The introduction of these new Gear S2 variants with additional apps and watch faces will further add to the style and convenience quotient,” Manu Sharma, director, mobile business, Samsung India Electronics, said in a statement.

The new apps such as cab services from Uber, G’Night sleep tracking app, My Notes in Gear and an all-new YouTube browsing app Xenozu are now available with already available innovative and comprehensive solutions around health, fitness, connectivity and style.

Gear S2 will also feature a host of new games, enabling the intuitive rotating bezel as a natural game controller for games such as Hextris and classic car racing Vroom Rider.

The stainless steel chassis makes the devices very light and they sit slim and sleek on the wrist.

The devices consist of a 1.2-inch 302 pixel-per-inch density Super AMOLED display with a ceramic-coated gorilla glass.

The Gear S2 classic can be paired with any standard 20mm watch straps while for Gear S2, strap adaptor is available in Samsung’s accessory selection.



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