Samsung’s latest round smart watches, the Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic are now available at selected countries including Singapore. At S$448 (RM1,374) for the standard Gear S2 and S$548 (RM1,681) for the classic variant, they are more expensive than its former square faced wearables. When compared to the Apple Watch, it is still cheaper considering the base 38mm Watch Sport is going for S$518 (RM1,589).
Like all gadget devices, Samsung wants to share the unboxing experience with their very own official unboxing video. The packaging is rather similar to the Moto 360 with a circular box which pops right open from the top. Inside you’ll find the standard manual, a power adapter and a induction charger that’s similar to the Moto 360. The straps are interchangeable too and also seen are 2 different sizes to fit various wrists. In terms of support, the Gear S2 isn’t exclusive to Galaxy devices and it works with a wide range of Android smart phones with Android 4.4 KitKat and over 1.5GB of RAM.
Watch the official Gear S2 video after the break.
The latest iPad mini 4 is now available for purchase on the official Apple Online Store. As revealed earlier, the iPad mini 4 is priced from RM1,599 for the 16GB WiFi version. That’s quite a lot to pay and this is due to our current exchange rates.
If you’re looking for the latest Moto X, it is definitely heading to Malaysia soon. The Moto X Play with the model number XT1562 has just passed our local SIRIM certification under distributor Brightstar.
A week has blown by and the delivery of Android Marshmallow is increasingly imminent; at least for these listed devices – Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus 9 and Nexus Player. Knowing that this is a roll-out, you can expect the OTA’s to eventually come in but be ready to wait up to a month or so, until the actual notification update comes in.
OnePlus will be announcing another device before the year is out and this is looking like an affordable compact device. Dubbed as the OnePlus mini, it is said that it would be aesthetically focused instead of having top notch specs like the OnePlus 2.