If you have ever wanted to purchase a Samsung smartwatch but were unable to afford to purchase one at the time of launch, there are many deals in the market that don’t demand a massive amount of money from you. The Gear S3, Gear Sport, and Galaxy Watch are all best options if you want to possess a Samsung smartwatch, yet, if the cost is your major problem, then here is a deal that you should consider without a doubt.
Samsung Gear Sport, a smartwatch that the South Korean giant released in October 2017, presently trades for any amount between $250 and $300, counting on the retailer. Nevertheless, Amazon is now cropping the price of the Gear Sport by $125; however, make sure you select the blue version of the smartwatch, not the black model. For the people who do not know, Samsung Gear Sport is water-resistant up to 50 meters and features backing for Samsung Pay NFC (Near Field Communication) that will enable you to make payments through your wrist. You will be adept to use the Gear Sport with Android and iOS phones indeed.
Samsung Gear Sport has 1.2 Inch (3.05 cm) AMOLED Display for apps and other features of the smartwatch. On the specifications of this smartwatch sports a 300 mAh battery capacity battery to keep it alive optimally, 4 GB internal memory and 768 MB RAM. As far as battery life is considered, you must get around 1-2 days of normal use, slightly excess if you do not use it too much. It also features a Dual-core 1 GHz processor to instantly boot up the device and load apps.
The Samsung Gear Sport is smaller and more convenient on the wrist than the Gear S3, however, its size and weight are still apparent if you are used to simple fitness trackers such as the Fitbit Alta or Charge 2. Certainly, you receive excessive features like the cool rotating bezel and a built-in GPS, but you can get most of that with the Gear Fit 2 Pro as well, at nearly half the price.
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