Monday, February 24, 2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 Plus Gear 2 Neo and Fit Wearables

Imagine a typical smartphone with extended functionality aside from being a typical machine for sending text messages and calling. A great twists has been added for a more advance capabilities which are not available since the pioneering handsets appeared in stores. Manufacturers treated their products with a lot of promising features through the evolution of technology just like of the newest line of Samsung Galaxy in 2014.

According to report, Samsung Galaxy S5 is expected to play a vital role for some wearable peripherals coming from the same company. I heard a couple of these standalone devices few weeks ago but now, because of World Mobile Congress (WMC), the underlying truth has been revealed as the real purpose of the said peripherals. It comes ahead of the most efficient smartphone to unlock its entire functionality.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Android Smartphone

Samsung Galaxy S5 is typically designed to work with Gear 2 as well for other wearable peripherals in stores. Aside from a curved AMOLED health monitoring device, a compacted design of Gear 2 Neo remains the first of its kind smartwatch to hit the market before the attempt of other manufacturers. Apple might be surprised by the second-generation of Samsung Gear before their iWatch reach the anticipating consumers.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Smartphone and Gear 2 Neo Smartwatch

Furthermore, due to Bluetooth 4.0 LE connectivity, Gear 2 Neo and Fit outshines the other wearable devices. I cannot compare these two variants of smartwatch with Google Glass because of overall difference in terms of functionality. However, having a smartphone and heart-rate monitor could possibly change the way we live in the near future through the initiatives of these manufacturers.

And before I can forget, Samsung Galaxy S5 is now coming to Best Buy, Amazon, Costco, RadioShack, Sam's Club, Target, and Wal-Mart. The said wearable devices are now on its way to hit the U.S. market by this year not later than June as noted by a reliable source.



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