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Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch pictures and specifications leaked.
The Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch has a bright OLED touchscreen.
With the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch's 4 megapixel camera and health apps, you can take photos of food you're about to eat.
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch includes fitness apps and a heart rate monitor.
Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch, as seen in an early marketing video.
Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch is a chunky, 3-inch wrist-mounted accessory that runs Android apps and connects with your phone via Bluetooth.
Samsung is set to reveal its Galaxy Gear smartwatch next Wednesday, Sept. 4, in Berlin.
However VentureBeat got a first look of it, pictures above plus some specifications below:
Some of the smartwatch’s specs:
It has about 3 inches diagonally,dark black and grey colors, The smartwatch prototype has Bluetooth to connect with the Galaxy S family of smartphones and tablets, although it may also connect to all Android devices. It also has Wi-Fi for Internet access, including e-mail, even when it’s not connected to a smartphone, high-quality OLED display, with its square screen.
- Samsung S Voice for voice commands
- Preloaded with Android apps for social media, health tracking, etc.
- Integration with a companion Galaxy S phone or tablet
- An easy-to-use swipe function to access apps, the built-in camera, and the photo gallery
- Call logs (A cool use-case: You can initiate a call from the watch to a Samsung smartphone device)
- Internet access
- Power button on the side
- Social media integration — you can share to your Facebook or Twitter account from the watch
- 10+ hours battery life
And a few potential use-cases for fitness junkies:
- While you’re at the gym working out, the smartwatch can track your health data, including steps, heart rate, calorie intake.
- You can measure your heart rate at any time via a built-in heart rate monitor.
- The watch will help you devise the perfect workout — one of the first apps devised for the watch suggests workouts to help you lose weight, gain energy or tone up, for instance.
- Track your food intake by taking photos of your meals — plenty of apps are already on the market that help you keep a food diary of sorts. What would be truly innovative is if Samsung could detect the nutritional value of food, based on a smartwatch photograph