Samsung Galaxy Gear Price & Specs in Malaysia September, 2021

Running on Android operating system, the Samsung Galaxy Gear has a battery life of up to 25h and supports 4, thanks to its 315mAh battery. This Samsung smartwatch weighs in at 73.8g and has a 1.6" Super AMOLED display with a body made out of Stainless Steel. The Samsung Galaxy Gear supports Bluetooth 4 connectivity.
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Running on Android operating system, the Samsung Galaxy Gear has a battery life of up to 25h and supports 4, thanks to its 315mAh battery. This Samsung smartwatch weighs in at 73.8g and has a 1.6" Super AMOLED display with a body made out of Stainless Steel. The Samsung Galaxy Gear supports Bluetooth 4 connectivity.
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Display Size

1.6"

Fitness Tracker

No

Heart Rate Monitor

No

Battery Life

25h

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Cheapest Samsung Galaxy Gear Price in Malaysia is RM 438.40

The Samsung Galaxy Gear is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Samsung Galaxy Gear price in Malaysia is RM 438.40 from IT Hyperstore. Samsung Galaxy Gear price details are updated September 2021.

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Price List by Country for Samsung Galaxy Gear

Country International Price Price in MYR
Malaysia MYR 438.40 RM 438.00
Singapore SGD 173.90 RM 538.00
Thailand THB 4,684 RM 587.00
Vietnam VND 2.390.000 RM 436.00

Samsung Galaxy Gear Specs

Display
Display Size 1.6"
Display Resolution 320 x 320pixels
Display Type Super AMOLED
Display Material Glass
Features
Fitness Tracker No
Heart Rate Monitor No
Blood Oxygen No
Music Control Yes
Sleep Tracker Yes
Stress Tracker Yes
Menstrual Tracker No
Messaging Yes
Pedometer Yes
Battery
Battery Life 25h
Charging Normal Charging
Battery Capacity 315mAh
Battery Type Li-Ion
Connectivity
GPS Yes
Bluetooth Version 4
NFC No
USB Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Wi-Fi No
Operating System
OS Android
iOS compatibility No
Android compatibility Yes
Windows Phone Compatibility No
Memory
RAM 512MB
Internal Storage 4GB
Sensor
Brightness Sensor No
Acceleration Sensor Yes
Barometer Sensor Yes
Gyro Sensor No
Platform
Processor Speed 8GHz
Processor Core Single Core
Technical Details
Water Resistant No
Speaker No
Built-in Microphone No
eSIM No
Design
Strap Colour Black
Strap Material Silicone
Body Shape Rectangular
Body Colour Grey
Body Material Stainless Steel
Weight 73.8g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 36.8 x 111 x 56.6mm
Removable Strap Yes

Reviews of Samsung Galaxy Gear

tianchad.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-30
Since the first time I heard about Samsung GALAXY Gear I was curious on how useful it would be to be part of my daily life together with a smartphone like Samsung GALAXY Note 3. Let's check out how does a Samsung GALAXY Gear looks like would ya??Samsung G...
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lowyat.net
Reviewed on 2013-11-01
What makes a watch “smart”? For some, it is the ability of a watch to tell you more than just the time; the watch is “smart” enough if it could have an alarm, a stopwatch and timer, other physical dials and additional hands on the face that give it that s...
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technave.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-17
The Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch has many different coloured straps and watchfaces.The race for the world's best smartwatch is currently on and while the market is still fairly new, the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch is probably the most feature filled ...
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liewcf.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-29
Samsung GALAXY Note 3 and GALAXY Gear smartwatch has been launched in Malaysia on September 20, 2013. I was invited to the launch event and had the opportunity to experience the products. Read on for the GALAXY Gear smartwatch features and hands-on review...
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hardwarezone.com.my
Reviewed on 2013-09-05
It's finally official. After numerous leaks (mostly inaccurate) and the recent admission to The Korea Times from Samsung itself, the maker of the highly popular Galaxy-branded smartphones has just unveiled the Galaxy Gear smart watch, alongside the other ...
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gizmochina.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-22
We did a lot of comments in Android smartphones.Today we want to take the exam robot is available to our time smartwatch.This star Kingelon Android ‘s SmartWatch K2 Smartwatch.This by our sponsors Vifocal.com.Including Pacakge:* 1 hour K21 * USB charger1...
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the-gadgeteer.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-19
Shows notifications on wrist, Answer, reject calls from wrist
Expensive, Short battery life, Call quality not good, Bulky, Can't be used with all Android devices
When the folks at Verizon asked me if I'd like to try out the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch , I had to take a minute to make my decision. Truth be told, it's been 10 years since I was excited about a watch. That was back in 2004 when Microsoft SPOT watch...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Smooth and responsive, Comfortable
New ecosystem and limited compatibility, No touchless controls, S Voice is hit and miss, Notifications are a mess
When we speak of smartwatches, what do you think of first? If you're the nostalgic type, your mind might drift back to Dick Tracy, or to those times when Michael Knight yelled at KITT to help get him out of impossibly tight spots (which, let's face it, wa...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-20
Smartwatches are designed to work with your smartphone rather than replace it, providing notifications so you don't have to whip out your handset every 5 seconds. And although the category is in its infancy, three models stand out among the first crop. The Pebble ($149) is water-resistant and has a wide range of apps available. The Sony SmartWatch 2 ($199) delivers an Android-like experience on your wrist. And the Galaxy Gear ($299) lets you make calls and even snap photos. But which high-tech timepiece is best? We've put all three devices through an 11-round face-off to determine which smartwatch is right for you....
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thinkcomputers.org
Reviewed on 2013-12-13
Receive notifications without checking phone, The camera being very accessible, Incredibly comfortable on my wrist
Lack of apps due to Samsung keeping close tabs on who they bring aboard, Battery life only lasting about a day and a half, A little pricey for what you get now, but once Samsung unlocks their store to open development, the watch is worth every penny
I've owned my Galaxy gear for roughly a month now, and have to say that it is honestly a surprise. I was sketchy at first because of the $300 price tag and how much would I be using this, but honestly, I've used this thing more times a day than I thought ...
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techguysmartbuy.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-11
Samsung has thrown its hat into the smartwatch category. The Galaxy Gear is their attempt to get ahead of the curve before Google and Apple join the party next year. About 30 days ago I got my hands on the Galaxy Gear. I had initially planned to hav...
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tablet-news.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-11
good battery, nice industrial design, good S Voice, decent notifications, surprisingly good camera, bright screen, good view angles, And the
price is very high for such a device, black and white main UI, depends on a handset, not many apps available, captures just 15 seconds of video
From what I've seen on the web, reviewers don't seem to like the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. We're one of the few media sources that actually dig the product, in spite of its big price. Samsung Galaxy Gear is the first Samsung smartwatch, that was sho...
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musicphotolife.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-04
OK, so you have read both my reviews on the Sony and Samsung smartwatches. Which one do I prefer and why?The Sony SmartWatch 2 display is always on, sans backlight. You will be able to see the clock face and read the time. In contrast, the Samsung Gear ne...
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musicphotolife.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-30
The Samsung Galaxy Gear is a smartwatch with non-removable strap, where the camera and speaker are built. The watch face is made of aluminium and glass curved to flush with the shape of the strap. From afar, the Galaxy Gear looks futuristic and stylishly...
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gadgetnutz.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-13
stylish, light, powerful, many excellent hardware features,
barely any apps, monochrome app design, limited ‘wake up’ gesture, not water resistant
Posted in Cell Phones, Mobile Device Reviews, Opinions and Editorials, Reviews, Reviews of Strange StuffBeing the first of its kind, only a few smart watches yet sold worldwide, it is a tough concept trying to figure out what to expect from such an ext...
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androidcentral.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-18
Is the Galaxy Gear leading a wearable device revolution, or does it need more time to develop?The concept of wearable technology is nothing new. High-tech GPS watches, clip-on health monitors and connected glasses have been around for niche uses for ye...
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technobuffalo.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-11
The Galaxy Gear smartwatch is a device that even Samsung admitted lacks that special something. In the Korean company's haste to bring the Gear to market, it forgot one hugely important consideration: user experience. It's there in occasional spurts, sure...
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gottabemobile.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-07
At this time, the Gear is an elegantly appointed smartwatch, but one that doesn't add much more value than the $150 Pebble. You get similar alerts for notifications while you gain a camera and speakerphone capabilities, but the value proposition isn't the...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-05
First, A cool charging solution that offloads large components like a micro-USB port to a case—just don't lose it, It's easy to open and pass notifications to your phone, The back navigation gesture works great and doesn't require an extra button, Phone...
It makes no single part of your smartphone usage easier, It currently works only with other new Samsung devices, It can only handle notifications for texts, POP/Exchange e-mails, and phone calls, No real support for Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, G+, or Google...
When a new article is posted on the Internet, the first addition to the comments section is often an inconsequential, one-word statement: "First!"The frequent "First!" cry of the Internet troll declares some strange pride in being the first to comment on ...
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newatlas.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-04
When a new tech product launches, reviewers usually come to some sort of consensus. Often something just clicks, and you see raves across the board. Other times, the product has obvious flaws, and critics are all equally quick to point those out. The earl...
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