Samsung's latest Gear S2 smartwatch is so unlike any other on the market, that the company felt a series of how-to videos was warranted. Unlike the myriad of Android Wear offerings, which are nigh identical software-wise, the Gear S2 (Classic or not) runs on Samsung's own Tizen OS, has a rotating bezel and a couple of buttons, on top of the touch operation.
The five videos are arranged in a sequence by the degree of importance and the likely order in which you're going to be familiarizing yourself with the features, once you take the watch out the box. You wouldn't want to be the guy deciding whether the how-to on touch operation or pairing should come first chronologically - as it stands right now the first video refers you straight to the second from the get go.
Anyways, the videos detail the interaction with the smartwatch using its various controls, connection with the smartphone, file transfers between the two, battery saving and using the call features.
really, how much do you think is this smart watch??? *_*
"easyness" - you are kidding right, rotating bezel is much much easier to use than the digital crown, check the CNET article about Gear S2 if you don't believe me. "common sense" - really? "usefulness" - all the digital crown and rotating bezel c...
Most ergonomical smart-watch as of present day IMO. Also quite good looking as it harkens to a more traditional watch persona. The rotating bezel functionality was a very well thought of upgrade.