Well, after a lot of research on the web my SM-R 765 LTE is on its way to Luxembourg from Korea, delivery Monday Insh'Allah... Based on what I have read, the GSM bands are compatible so it *should* work over here if the Gear app on my Galaxy S7 Edge will copy my SIM card to the clone host on the watch... One rumour is that I may need to procure a Korean pre-paid SIM card in order to pair the things, we shall see... Am I the only person to import a Korean Frontier LTE to Europe? Will this work? The suspense is killing me...
JG01, 02 Dec 2016Bought the frontier from ATT, returned it, disappointed. The front dial is made out of a cheap... moremine does not rattle at all the plastic is not cheap at all I think you were to quick to dislike it before your gave it a actual attempt to like it.but that's only my opinion (side note mine runs great and functions perfectly and feels comfortable speaker on it sounds great when I'm making as phone call on it mine is Bluetooth)
Got my gear s3 two days and I must say it is the best smartwatch Samsung has put out so far mind you it is a more manly watch, I have not found any thing wrong with it. I love it, it is the future to me everyone will be playing catch up.
Bought the frontier from ATT, returned it, disappointed. The front dial is made out of a cheap plastic, not well secured and rattles. The Gears s2 is better buillt. I'm sticking with my gear S2.
Hazeyj, 30 Nov 2016Hi .want to buy this as present for my husband .he has s7 edge will he need to buy another sim... moreYes you will need to get a new sim card/new number then you can forward your old number to gear and use both numbers. You'd better buy this watch from your mobile company like T-Mobile.
I have a question is it compatible with other Smart phones like Huawei,Sony or any other... anyone share his/her experience is this better then Samsung gear S2 classic ?
Hi .want to buy this as present for my husband .he has s7 edge will he need to buy another sim card ? Not sure how these things work
bordigol, 24 Nov 2016should I buy this watch?? help me guys I need advice for the best watch to buy I don't want ... moreif your are worried about your money, then forget it, you will always find something wrong with it once you bought it, so don''t bother.
Asad, 01 Nov 2016Can the gear s3 Frontier (non Lte) recieve calls directly on watch when connected through Blu... moreYes it can, I have had mine for the past 2 weeks and have used the voice command to dial home. It uses the onboard speaker and mic for the call so no searching for my phone in my back just tell it to call whoever !
should I buy this watch?? help me guys I need advice for the best watch to buy I don't want to waste me money
Anonymous, 16 Nov 2016The Garmin has no 3G/LTE connectivity.I couldn't agree more with your comment about Danieel's silly & pretentious comment. I have used Garmin products in the past and frankly they are extremely difficult to use (seemingly designed by software engineers rather than user interface experts). Having a Samsung S2 myself for over a year the idea that it is a toy is just plain daft. Dannieel should grow a bit and stop being just a Garmin fanboy.....
JGC1013, 19 Nov 2016If I purchase a Gear 3 Frontier with LTE (esim technology) from AT&T or TMobile, will it b... moreIf you didn't figure this out, order from Samsung, then it will work everywhere and is currently $50 off($299).
If I purchase a Gear 3 Frontier with LTE (esim technology) from AT&T or TMobile, will it be compatible with the Verizon network (unlocked) when they support it in the future? Or is the esim technology specific (locked) to each carrier?
Daneel, 13 Nov 2016I dont know why big companies like samsung and apple humiliates themselves with these kids toy... moreThe profits speak for themselves. Claiming you'd buy a sophisticated Garmin watch over a kiddy's toy Android smartwatch that only has a percentage of the capabilities is pretentious. Each watch has it's own specific usage, so unless you're trying to compare the GPS functionality of the two, your comment adds nothing to furtherment of technology for the better.