Samsung's first round smartwatch has been available in the US since the beginning of the month, if you prefer the model sans mobile data connectivity. If you're more inclined to get your wearables from a carrier, then this is for you.
The mobile data-enabled version of the Gear S2 is now available for pre-order at Verizon. You need to shell out $299.99 for it if you don't mind signing a new two-year contract, or $349.99 without an activation. The watch will be in stores on November 6. Big Red offers the Gear S2 in silver and dark grey.
On the other hand, T-Mobile will begin selling the smartwatch on November 15, in the same two colors. To purchase one, you either pay the $359.99 full price, or go for the magenta carrier's installment plan. Using this method, you shell out nothing upfront, then followed by 23 monthly payments of $15 and a final installment of $14.99.
It actually isn't very thick at all. The picture is deceiving.
I Cannot wait to get one .....best smartwatch out there
Now that I view the side profile of the watch, it does look thick. Huawei watch would be better choice. Moto 360 2nd edition is good too. They allow to customize using Moto Maker.