The Samsung Gear S2 is officially here with not one but two different styles. Unlike the Gear S2’s predecessor, there will be a classic style this time called the Samsung Gear S2 Classic. The price is still a mystery at this point, so we are going to guess the Samsung Gear S2 Classic Dubai price before we get to the details. The Samsung Gear S2 Classic is expected to be around 1300 to AED 1500 . Now let’s see if it’s worth waiting for the Samsung Gear S2 Classic release date UAE or not.
Just like the normal Gear S2 version, the Gear S2 Classic features a 1.2-inch circular display showing 360 x 360 resolution and 302 pixel per inch. If you are more into the classic watches, this version has got you covered as this watch offers a genuine leather band in black which looks quite elegant. It’s 11.4mm thick and the Classic version weighs 42g which is slightly less than the normal version. For those who are interested to check out some more circular watches can check out the Motorola Moto 360 or LG Watch Urbane.
There is no major surprise here compared to the Samsung Gear S. The Samsung Gear S2 Classic packs a dual-core processor clocked at 1.0GHz, 512MB of RAM and 4GB built-in storage. A slightly disappointing thing about the Classic version is, there is no 3G version. Other notable features are: more Audio codec support, Tizen OS, Power Saving Mode, IP68 certified, 250mAh battery, NFC for mobile payment and Wireless charging technology.
The release date of the Gear S2 Classic is still a mystery. However, if you are satisfied with the Samsung Gear S2 Classic Dubai price, you can start looking for this one in the market after October, 2015.
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