The South Korean giant, Samsung has come up with another Wearable device and it is the Samsung Gear Live that went for Pre-Order in US and will be heading to India soon. This device has been reveled in the Google I/O event that is going on currently and along with this there are other wearable devices like the LG G watch and the Moto 360 that were also unveiled in the event. Moreover this device will be heading to India and is priced little more than the LG G watch and is cheaper elsewhere.
Coming to the device, it is another wearable device on the wrist that will be notifying all the details like the Messages, calls and other notifications. You can also get all the weather forecast and it also has the OK Google support so that you can search anything on Google with voice commands. We are not sure about the compatible app that is required for the device to share all the information from Smart phones to the handle all the notifications.
We know Samsung has released the wearables like the Galaxy Gear which initially had the Android OS, and the other smartwatches Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit which were on Tizen operating System. Samsung is also making the competitor of the Google Glass with its Gear Blink that is expected be released later this year. It will have a 1.63 inch Super AMOLED display with 320 x 320 pixel resolutions. The device will be powered with a 1.2 GHz processor coupled with 512 MB of RAM and has a 300 mAh battery. The on-board memory is at 4 GB and it will also be a water and dust resistant device like most of the wearables. This device weights 59 grams and is 8.9 mm thick.
Moreover bringing Android to wearables is a good move and luckily this Gear Live is not just limited to Samsung Smartphones unlike its earlier wearable’s, that mean any Android device gets get the access to this and should improve its market since every other smart phone users will be able to use it that run Android 4.3 or later. The device is priced at $199 in US and is Rs. 15,900 in India. The smartwatch is going to be shipped from July 8th in US, while in India, we might need to wait a few days more.