Samsung Gear S3 Latest News & Updates: Superwatch Now With LTE Connectivity? Pros & Cons Of The New Device

By Anne Caballo , Updated Sep 03, 2016 02:27 PM EDT
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Samsung has just recently released their newest device, the Samsung Gear S3 and it is way better than the previous Gear S2. Although there are a lot of major upgrades and additional feature added on the device, there are still some factors that Samsung might have forget.

Pros About Gear S3

The Samsung Gear S3 is undeniably a very stylish gadget which comes with its usual round shape and a stainless steel body with a 22mm strap. According to an article by Wired, the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier will be filled with new and old features and will also have a 4G LTE connectivity. This said connectivity option for the Gear S3 will allow the person to take and make calls directly to their gadget.

According to iTech Post, both the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier and the S3 Classic are IP68 water resistant just like the other Samsung gadgets which were recently released. Both the Gear S3 Frontier and S3 Classic users will be allowed to purchase apps on Samsung Pay. The company Samsung already improved the batteries of these gadgets but both are still powered by Tizen.

Cons About Gear S3

The battery life of the new Samsung Gear S3 is not that long lasting as it only has a 260mAh cell which you will need to recharge at the end of the day. Moreover, only those Android users can be able to connect to the wearable device and not with those iOS smartphones.

There are also reports going online that the new wearable gadget released by Samsung, the Gear S3 is said to be bigger than the previous Gear S2 which is more appropriate for men's use according to The Verge. Basing on its desired size, it can be said that it is also heavier than the Gear S3 Frontier which only weighs 2.18 ounce and the S3 Classic is 2.0 ounces. It is also said to be 12.9 mm thick as compared to the11.4 mm of the Samsung Gear S2.

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