Samsung Galaxy Gear

Last updated: Sep 4th, 2013.

The Samsung Galaxy Gear is Samsung's latest device announced during their Unpacked event at IFA 2013. The Gear is a small wearable computing device or "smartwatch" that delivers and syncs messages from the smartphone, onto its 1.63-inch 320x320 resolution SAMOLED display. Samsung says the device will provide for over 25 hours of battery life, and even comes with a 1.9MP camera for quick snapshots.

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Get the original Galaxy Gear for $160 on today only

Fancy a smart watch but don’t want to pay $300 for one? You can grab the original Samsung Galaxy Gear for just $160 on today, so long as you’re OK with the fact that you’ll have to get your purchase order in by the end of the day.

Top 20 smart watches of the past, present and future to watch out for

While Google already rattled off a list of manufacturers we’ll be seeing making Android Wear smart watches (with two of those already having announced their products earlier today), the future is undoubtedly much brighter than it already is. We’re going to talk about 20 of the best smart watches available now, available in the future, and even those which haven’t even been made official as of yet.

Samsung to debut Tizen-powered Galaxy Gear sequel along side the S5 next week [RUMOR]

We’ve already got our flight booked for this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. It’s no secret that Samsung will officially unveil their next Galaxy flagship during their Unpacked 5 event on February 24th — that much we know. What we don’t know is what else Sammy has up their sleeve (literally).According to sources …

Galaxy Gear on sale today for $150 at Best Buy

The Samsung Galaxy Gear is today’s Best Buy deal of the day with select color options going for as much as half off the normal retail price. Normally priced at $299.99, today only the Android-powered smartwatch can be purchased for $149.99 in a variety of colors.

Why would someone put Minuum Keyboard on a smart watch? [VIDEO]

Because they freaking can. Minuum decided to see how their one-line virtual keyboard could perform on what looks to be a Samsung Galaxy Gear. While it doesn’t look like the most swift typing job in the world, you have to consider that it’s being done on a screen smaller than pretty much any display you might have.