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Samsung Gear S2 Classic - relojes inteligentes (Cuero, Alrededor, Ión de litio, Negro, Negro, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n)
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- Pantalla de 1,2 pulgadas con resolución 360 x 360 y tecnología Super AMOLED
- Procesador Dual-Core 1 GHz
- Memoria RAM de 512 MB y memoria interna 4 GB
- Conectividad: NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.1
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|Precio||EUR 206,82||EUR 95,00||EUR 391,31||EUR 365,55||EUR 333,77||EUR 164,72|
|Envío||Envío GRATIS||Envío GRATIS||Envío GRATIS||EUR 6,06||Envío GRATIS||Envío GRATIS|
|Vendido por||Amazon.es||Amazon.es||Amazon.es||Electroshop online||Amazon.es||Amazon.es|
|Dispositivos compatibles||—||Samsung||Android 4.3+ / iOS 8.2+||Compatible Android 4.4. o sup||—||No compatible|
|Tamaño de pantalla||1,2 pulgadas||1,5 pulgadas||1,4 pulgadas||1,2 pulgadas||1,2 pulgadas||1,3 pulgadas|
|Tecnología de pantalla||SAMOLED||AMOLED||Amoled||AMOLED||Super-AMOLED HD||P-OLED|
|Sistema operativo||Sonstiges||Android 4.2||Android / Ios||Android||Tizen||Android Wear|
|Descripción del procesador||—||—||—||—||Pega-W Dual-Core||Snapdragon 400|
|Capacidad de la memoria RAM||512 MB||512 MB||0,5 GB||512 MB||512 MB||512 MB|
Descripción del producto
Diseño - Gear S2 classic, ahora en formato circular y con bisel rotatorio, tiene un diseño muy compacto. Personaliza su esfera y cambia fácilmente de correa, podrás lucir tu nuevo smartwatch en cualquier ocasión gracias a los materiales como Cristal Gorilla Glass 3 o su certificado IP68.
Movimiento - Ver el tiempo de Londres, comprobar tu pulso, responder mensajes o escuchar esa canción que te encanta. Todo con un simple giro de su bisel, donde cada giro mejora tu vida.
Personaliza sus esferas - Cambiar su esfera es muy sencillo, customiza tu Gear S2 CLASSIChasta el último detalle: desde el dial hasta las manillas cambian para encajar en tus looks más clásicos o en tus reuniones con amigos. Un look siempre perfecto en un instante.
S Health - Llevar una vida más saludable es fácil con Gear S2. El nuevo smartwatch de Samsung controla tu actividad diaria, tus pulsaciones y tu consumo de agua frente al de cafeína. Además, te anima con mensajes motivacionales para ayudarte a ponerte en forma.
Autonomía - Mantente al día, ponte en forma o, incluso, compra un café con tu smartwatch Gear S2. Y cuando necesites cargar su batería, simplemente colócalo sobre su base de carga inalámbrica, así de fácil.
Conectividad - Tu música nunca te abandona. Gear S2 tiene espacio para sincronizar hasta 300 canciones con tu smarpthone. No renuncies a tus playlists mientras haces deporte.
Compatible con más dispositivos - Gear S2 es compatible con todos los smartphones de Samsung con la versión Android 4.3 o superiores con al menos 1,56 GB de RAM.
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- Design is sleek, minimal, basic - yet modern and ergonomic
- The product includes not only one set of straps, but an identical set to spare
- Overall good quality touchscreen with a good amount of PPI (Pixels Per Inch) to ensure that the screen is crisp
- The features available for the device are more than suitable, automatic tracking of walking, running, & exercising
- The apps available are great, especially as you are able to sync these with your smartphone or tablet to view on the big screen
- One of the major features, being able to download, swap, change, edit - more or less whatever watch face you want to when you want to, you can be smart and stylish, or casual, or adventurous - it is all up to you depending on what you are doing
- Cost for what it is - is rather dear, however you are essentially paying for the brand, which does not disappoint as it provides quality as is expected
- Some may see the design as not being overly appealing, however to an extent this is interchangeable due to the ability to change watch faces whenever you want - however the minimalism of the physical design stays the same
- Battery is not amazing, however again this isn't a major drawback just something to be aware of on purchase, it can last you a day or two without charge but that is more or less it, but this is majorly the same across the market for smart watches so not a large hindrance just for this product
I recommend this smart watch to tech fanatics, Samsung fans, or anyone that wants an easily usable smart watch that does not break the bank! It has more than enough features that you could require and use on a day to day basis. Also, the ability to change watch faces means instead of requiring multiple watches for a wedding, or a hike, or a holiday you can simply use this one watch but download, customise, and change what is shown on the screen to fit the event you are doing. I must say, there are better watches available such as the Samsung Galaxy Gear S3, however for this price-range it will be hard to find something the same, or better that has the same features available as the Gear S2.
So, let's compare it instead to Android Wear of which I have plenty of experience as I've owned a couple and currently have a Sony Smartwatch 3.
First things first: ALL Android Wear watches have exactly the same interface and exactly the same functionality. There are some minor differences in hardware (eg the Sony SW3 has a GPS, most have WiFi) but that's it. They all run the same OS and the all do the same thing. Excluding the GPS, you pick your Android Wear watch on it's looks and price rather than what it does because they all do the same thing. I think I've made that point now :)
And that is Android Wear's downfall. If you want notifications: traffic delays, weather, SMS, email, twitter updates etc, then it's fine. But once those notifications have been dismissed, that's it. Really. You can NOT go back to them. There is no "app" for browsing your SMS, there is no app for browsing your email (any email other than gmail for which there is an app). If you dismiss a traffic notification, you have 5 seconds to "undo" it, but after that it has gone and you have to get your phone out and check it on there. To me, that is it's limiting factor. If I am sat in a meeting in work, it is fine that I can see an email come in, but no use that I can't reply to it, or scroll down and see what other emails there are. "Ok Google" speech recognition is good for asking questions and getting directions and there are plenty of apps like calculators, Shazam, games. But a Smartwatch is meant to help you organise your digital life and I'm afraid that other than letting you know what has just happened, Android Wear falls well short.
The Gear S2, however, excels at this. There is an app that lets you browse your email and it lets you browse your emails on whatever email accounts you have. So I can sit at home now and browse through all my Outlook/Exchange emails from work. Moreover, it lets you delete or reply to them too! You can reply by voice (Samsumg voice is OK and I guess it will improve, but it still isn't as accurate as Google), or you can reply via the rather smal onscreen keyboard or even select one of several pre-prepared phrases. If you can browse your email, you won't be suprised to learn that you can also browse your SMS too - and delete and reply. Both those basic features are lacking in Android Wear.
Apps are fewer for the Gear S2, but all the important ones are there: Weather, Calculator, SMS, Email, Maps (via the excellent Here mapping service), news and some games. The watch screens are gorgeous and allow statuses like battery level and temperature. There are several pre-loaded and all look really nice.
Then of course, it's killer feature, that rotating bezel. I still find myself swiping up and down when reading emails as I'm used to swiping on Android Wear, but for fast scrolling of a message or moving between apps, it feels so natural. I don't know why no-one has done it before!
There is a version with 3g and a GPS due out, but I'm not a health freak so I'm not bothered about the lack of GPS and if I did want to measure a run (or a skate) then I'd simply pack my phone. Otherwise, the health features are good. Step count is as accurate as Android Wear.
I bought the watch with the intention of trying it and returning it as I assumed that I would like it, but not enough to justify it's price tag. As it happens it's a keeper and the Sony SW3 is going on ebay. Android Wear is so boring now, it hasn't changed in over a year and whilst notification cards are all well and good, not being able to browse your emails or SMS is a massive negative.
Comparing it to the Apple watch, the screen on the Gear S2 is nicer, the rotating bezel is easier to navigate than the Apple crown, the price is cheaper. I don't own an iPhone and have only played with friends Apple watches, but they have all said that the Gear S2 looks nicer too.
Battery life is fine. I charged it last night for example and have been playing with it most of the day. It's nearly bed time again and there is currently 62% of the battery left. I'd say that was a better battery life than my Sony - which matches other online reviewers that say the battery should last slightly longer than Android Wear.
Anyway, hopefully that has helped you decide. Don't compare the Gear S2 with older Gear watches, compare it with other modern smartwatches and you will see that it wins hands down!
Note: At the time of writing this review (Jan16) the Gear S2 was £300 on Amazon but £249 everywhere else. So sorry Amazon, despite you being my favourite online shop, this time I went elsewhere! :)
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