Samsung gear s2 review
The Samsung clock comes in two versions, sporty and classic. Can you make it invisible? check our Samsung gear s2 review
So far, Samsung has represented only rectangular smart clocks. The latest Gear S2 model has a round screen with Circular UX circles and rings with a circular ring reminds us of children’s series from the 80s when it was time to rotate the clock to make people invisible or transport them to another location.
With Samsung’s clock, though (let’s call it a smart) ring on the case, it goes through the displayed content, zoom map navigation, and so on, which is very practical and precise. The sensation is tactile, the rotating mechanism works reliably, and the icons depicted on a few undershoots are recognizable and recognizable at all times. Similarly, Apple Watch has a crown that goes through the menus and options, and with Samsun rotating or rotating the circular ring around the edges of the screen.
We tested the rotation when receiving emails, while the entire content of the mail was captured, with photos and a response capability, so it is not necessary to check a part of a mail on a cell phone, as with some other smart clocks. It is possible to respond via templates, voice or over a miniature keyboard that is even functional in practice. On the right side of the clock case there are physical Home and Back keys.
The watch is available in two versions – sporty with a rubber strap and classic with a leather strap. Clearly, we better match the strap version because it’s more stylish, but if you’re a sportsman then it’s a better solution to a rubber model.
Making a stainless steel clock is really top quality, and the combination of leather bracelet has made smart clocks look better and more like classic watches. The screen is AMOLED, protected by a Gorilla 3 glass, which can be adjusted to the hours you literally want. And it’s waterproof.
samsung gear s2 features
3G, Bluetooth, WiFi, and NFC are technologies that are integrated into the clock and have an e-SIM card so that this clock will not have to put a SIM card as it is already integrated into the chassis. But beware, depending on the market you can expect the e-SIM card mentioned. On the other hand, the clock without a SIM card does not support call reporting, but just gave us a notification of an incoming call we had to accept on a smartphone.
samsung gear s2 waterproof
Wireless charging is supported, and when the battery capacity of 250 mAh at the end of the screen is switched to save mode, it turns off color and only displays black and gray shades, such as on Galaxy phones. The battery in practice can last up to two days if you use all the notifications coming from your phone.
Like other Smartwatch, hour sensors monitor our physical activity, sleep, heart rate counts. Literally, 24 hours a day. If we sit too sober during the day, the watch will warn us how long we have been inactive and suggest a walk. He’ll keep track of how fast our heart hurts quickly or slowly. Co-operation with Nike brings a fitness application, the clock can be called a taxi, displaying a variety of QR codes, for example, for a better purchase through Samsung Pay. With a smartwatch, we can unlock the car door, and Samsung has already started cooperating with Volkswagen on this issue. Thus, in the future, electric cars will control the charging of the battery and switch off charging in the future.
gear s2 apps
The minimum features your phone has to have to use Gear S2 are Android 4.4 and above and at least 1.5 GB of RAM
- Model:Samsung Gear S2
- Overall rating:4.1
- Cost Effectiveness:4
- Cool factor:4
- Operating System:Ten OS
- Processor:1 GHz dual core
- Memory:512 MB RAM / 4 GB
- Screen:1.2 “, OLED 360 x 360 px
- Thickness and weight:11.4 mm / 42 g
- Other:Nine sensors (heart rate sensor, pedometer, motion sensor, barometer …)
- Plus:Design, interface, circular mechanism, two versions of the clock
- Minus:Not all versions are supported