nightyknight, 06 Nov 2015GSMarena didn't mention this in the disadvantages list: need to charge your watch everyday ... moreDumbest complaint I've heard about smartwatches. It's like complaining that a smartphone has to be charged daily when the original telephone had no such need. Especially considering how simple it is to charge a watch like the S2, it comes stock with a magnetic wireless dock. Doesn't get any easier than that for charging.
mike do, 05 Nov 2015A watch , that can last 1 day on charge. "Modern Technology."That's why I would never allowed them on my wrist.
heynekko, 06 Nov 2015Because this watch can last 2 daysnot under frequent usage.
adlk, 05 Nov 2015should i not tell you, airview is dead. and samsung is implementing 3d touch on thier upcoming... moreLol at you for believing rumors.. Did you know that the touchscreen on galaxy note 1 can differentiate up to 512 levels of pressure? compared to just 2 levels of the 3D touch?? the newer galaxy notes even upped the sensitivity to 1024 levels of pressure. And you thought 3D touch is so advanced?? You should be ashamed of your shallow puddle knowledge
Anonymous, 05 Nov 2015You are right, many tend to forget that Samsung (and all big manufacturers) is limited by the ... moreShows how ignorant you are.. Samsung implement multiwindow and floating window when it is non existing on vanilla android..
adlk, 04 Nov 2015doesn't it looks like kids watch?. moto 360 is better.That is why you have the classic version.
JD, 04 Nov 2015Blind Sam-boy-fan-boy detected! Actually, there is no single great review about Gear S2 simply... moreYou said no single great review.
Well here is at least one.
The author states "The first smartwatch I'd buy". That is saying alot. SUCK IT!!
GSMarena didn't mention this in the disadvantages list: need to charge your watch everyday
Seriously, who the heck thought that is cool?
The most stupid invention in this industry.
adlk, 05 Nov 2015i know what i am talking, samsung use to beef up their devices with lots of ram, increasing ca... moreSamsung galaxy s6 is more capable of multitasking than the iPad pro, and its camera is also better than the lackluster camera in the iPhone. The fact you don't even know something so rudimentary shows just how little you understand, but then again nothing beats you thinking 64bit in the 5s was something new.
adlk, 05 Nov 2015should i not tell you, airview is dead. and samsung is implementing 3d touch on thier upcoming... moreWhat's your point? Apple copied a function from Sony and Samsung first. Isn't this what this discussion is all about? Who did it first? And why would they take that function out? It won't be hard to implement Air View and the force sensors.
At least Samsung is using a different technology for the 3D Force or whatever they wanna call it as per their patent. Apple straight up blatantly took a whole function and called it "peek-and-pop" as if it's a new thing. They replaced long press with force differential press and called it "menu". Some innovation that is...
joonius, 05 Nov 2015Airview has same function as 3d Touch. 3D Touch is newer technology, sure, but they had to use... moreshould i not tell you, airview is dead. and samsung is implementing 3d touch on thier upcoming s7. what a waste.
Grey1213, 05 Nov 2015Now that you've made it clear you know nothing about smartphone or technology, how about you t... morei know what i am talking, samsung use to beef up their devices with lots of ram, increasing camera pixels etc. still does not know how to optimize their devices. while iphones run smoother even with a 1 gig of ram. tired of educating you peoples.
adlk, 05 Nov 2015airview is not 3d touch. hovering != pressing. learn some basics. airview is useless features... moreIt's a little less appealing than the LG or Huawei watch which looks more like a normal watch but comparing to Apple watch which looks more like it was bought from Toys"r"us, it's much more appealing.
adlk, 05 Nov 2015yep. quad core processor 200gb ldpd ram. 300mp camera!. not a single word about 64bit before ... moreNow that you've made it clear you know nothing about smartphone or technology, how about you take your leave now?
Anonymous, 05 Nov 2015You are right, many tend to forget that Samsung (and all big manufacturers) is limited by the ... moreWhat? Air View wasn't limited by the OS. And sure as hell not limited by application/ecosystem (which btw doesn't even make sense). They just didn't distribute it to 3rd party developers to use it. It was kind of silly on their part, but they needed it private to have a competitive edge among the Androids. They won the wrong battle in this regard, because Sony and Nokia at the time had the same ideas too.