Anyways the LTE version is the one to pick for the bigger battery. even if you dont use LTE.
it is silly samsung to lower the battery capacity for the non LTE smartwatch
I've seen a lot about "optional" hte connectivity on the Frontier. Please explain as to whether there are two models of Frontier one not hte compatible and a second compatible but at a premium price. Many thanks
I am longing to have the Samsung Galaxy Gear S3 Frontier LTE Edition Smartwatch. When can I expect the same in India and at what price tag? Can I use it along with any other Android Based Smartphone or Do I mandatorily require the Samsung Galaxy Phones Like Note 4, S7, S7 Edge.. Kindly Clarify.
Thanking you all in Advance
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2016Until they can make a " smart watch" that can give me at least one week charge I'll not buy one. Pebble
It's nice just a little bit bulky. And it's funny how they advertising watch on girls arms a lot. It's way too big for girls. Otherwise I think it's one of the best watch at the moment and that's why price is pretty high. Anyway not many people gonna use it more than two years.
Verizon? WTF? They're still trying to get $449 for the LG Urbane 2 ...
Until they can make a " smart watch" that can give me at least one week charge I'll not buy one.
samsung denmark denies to take home the lte version :/ really annoying, specially when they use the lame excuse that it wont work on the lte here, before they even try. they did it on the note 5, and the note 5 worked super on the lte here. it even had higher lte speed than i have ever had on my s7 here.