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Samsung Gear S Price and Specs Philippines

Looking for a smart watch that's smarter than you? Look no more! presenting the Galaxy Gear S! A smart watch that does not require a smartphone to keep you connected. Click here to know more about it!

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Looking for a smart watch that's smarter than you? Look no more! presenting the Galaxy Gear S! A smart watch that does not require a smartphone to keep you connected. Click here to know more about it!

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Cheapest at argomall
₱ 41,745.66
₱ 15,990.00

Compare Prices of Samsung Gear S

Lowest price for the Samsung Gear S in the Philippines is ₱ 15,990.00

You can buy the Samsung Gear S at the lowest price of ₱ 15,990.00 from argomall which is 62% cheaper than the Samsung Gear S that is sold by Lazada at the price of ₱ 41,745.66.
Alternatively, the Samsung Gear S is also sold in Indonesia at weshop.co.id with the price of ₱ 7,624.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of ₱ 33,503.00 and Singapore at Lazada with the price of ₱ 44,611.00 and Vietnam at Nhattao with the price of ₱ 5,794.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 13 July 2018, 17:49.

Price List by Country for Samsung Gear S

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 2.033.000 PHP 7,624.00
Malaysia MYR 2,530.04 PHP 33,503.00
Philippines PHP 15,990.00 PHP 15,990.00
Singapore SGD 1,138.52 PHP 44,611.00
Vietnam VND 2.490.000 PHP 5,794.00

Specs of Samsung Gear S

Display
Display Size 2"
Display Resolution 360 x 480pixels
Always-on Display
Display Type Super AMOLED
Multi-touch
Pixel Density 300ppi
Operating System
iOS Compatibility
Android Compatibility
Operation System Tizen
Windows Phone Compatibility
Body
Housing Material Plastic
Dimensions (W x H x D) 58.1 x 39.9 x 12.5mm
Weight 67g
Housing Shape Rectangular
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Plastic
Removable Strap
Memory
RAM 512MB
Memory Card Slot
Internal Storage 4GB
Launch
Release Year 2014
Functions
Messaging
Heart Rate
Pedometer
Sleep Tracker
Stopwatch
Music Player
Radio
Features
Shockproof
Water Resistant
Dustproof
Scratchproof
Built-in Microphone
SIM Card Slot
Connectivity
Wi-Fi
Bluetooth
NFC
USB
GPS
Cellular
Platform
Processor Snapdragon
Processor Speed 1GHz
Processor Core Dual Core
Camera
Built-in Camera
Battery
Battery Capacity 300mAh
Battery Life 96h

Samsung Galaxy Gear S: The Trusted Proxy of Your Smartphone

The Galaxy series has indeed stepped up their game in making communication easier, lighter, and most of all hands-free. Samsung has finally introduced a device that could serve as an alternative to your smartphone, and it comes in a very light and portable form – a watch. Introducing, the Galaxy Gear S, the first ever network connected watch, which could do all the productivity and communication essentials. All these features without having to connect it with your phone. The future is literally in your hands with the Galaxy Gear S.

A More Convenient and Hands-Free Way to Connect

With the Galaxy Gear S, you can now make or answer phone calls, check and send text messages, open and respond to email, and check your calendar and other updates even if your phone isn’t nearby. This means that you won’t miss any calls even if you’re out to just buy a coffee or away from your desk for some reason. You can easily stay connected while you’re on the go! The Galaxy Gear S is the future of on-the-go connectivity.

Compact Yet Highly Intuitive Display and Performance

The Samsung Galaxy Gear S is a watch that sports a 2-inch curved screen which is Super AMOLED multi-finger touch screen display. Its resolution is 360 x 480 pixel with a pixel density of 300 pixels per inch. The display of the Galaxy Gear S is without a doubt pixel rich and highly responsive as if it’s a smartphone squeezed into a size and shape of a watch. Underneath that brilliant display is a 1.2GHz Dual Core Qualcomm Snapdragon Chipset with a decent amount of RAM (512MB) and 4GB ROM for file storage. For a very small device such as a watch, you can’t help but wonder how such amount of power could fit into such device.

High-Tech and Water Resistant

Just when you thought this watch couldn’t get any better, you’ll definitely be surprised with how innovative its overall build is. First up, its IP 67 certification: this means that this watch is dust and water resistant. You can enjoy the outdoors or the beach without having to worry that the device might face its device. The IP 67 certification indicates that this can be submerged in water 1-meter-deep for 30 minutes. On the other hand, other hardware features that are invisible to the naked eye are the following: Accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, heart rate sensor, barometer, UV light sensor, and proximity sensor. Indeed, the Galaxy Gear S is more than just a futuristic watch.

Reviews of Samsung Gear S

hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2015-02-10
The wearable device market is quickly becoming the most hotly contested space in technology. And for almost every company invested in the area, the most lucrative piece of real estate is your wrist. But with so many choices out there, which smartwatch is ...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2014-09-04
Samsung is no stranger in the wearable space. Including announcements from today, it has launched a total of six wearable devices to date; the Galaxy Gear , the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo , Gear Fit , Gear S, and the Gear VR . Apart from the Gear VR, the Gear S i...
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DigitalReviews.net
Reviewed on 2015-12-15
Sometimes it is just nice to revisit a golden oldie... But in this case we are talking about a smartwatch that hit the shelves less than a year ago: the Samsung Gear S.When it came out I was stunned at the supremely curved display and the fact that you ca...
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brighthand.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-15
Solid hardware, Doesn't rely on Bluetooth, Solid battery life
Too expensive, Limited compatibility and app selection
Samsung's Gear S smartwatch promises greater autonomy from your smartphone, a colorful display, and a slew of other new features. Is it enough to sell you on the need for a smartwatch? Let's take a look.With a large rectangular screen, chromed edges, and ...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-01
Works as a standalone phone, Colorful AMOLED display, Decent battery life, Comes with a cradle that's also a portable charger
Still needs a phone for activation and loading apps, Limited app selection, Bulky design with proprietary wrist straps, Expensive
Samsung's wearables strategy seems to be: "Throw everything at a wall and see what sticks." In a little over 12 months, the electronics giant has launched six -- yes, six -- different smartwatches, each with its own unique personality. The latest is the S...
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androidcentral.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-26
Samsung helped launch the idea of a modern smartwatch to general consumers when it unveiled the original Galaxy Gear. That was in September 2013, if you can believe it, and since then Samsung has launched four more smartwatches — the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, Gear Fit and Gear Live. And here we are just over a year after its first smartwatch, and Samsung launched its sixth — the Gear S...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-26
Receives calls, text messages and notifications without a phone nearby, Battery life is better than most full-color smartwatches
Large, clunky design with annoying clasp and snap-on charger, Expensive up-front price with an additional monthly cost for wireless service, Contacts won't recognize your number for outgoing calls, Interface is confusing, inconsistent and lacking in actio...
As soon as I strapped the Samsung Gear S smartwatch to my wrist, I knew we had a problem.The Gear S is by far the largest smartwatch I've ever worn, and it looks ridiculous. Granted, I'm a scrawny dude, but I've never been this anxious about sporting a sm...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-17
The Samsung Gear S has a big, bright curved display, decent battery life, comes with its own bonus battery pack and can stay connected away from a phone with its own 3G data or Wi-Fi. It's attractive, albeit rather large. It's a complete on-wrist phone...
It still requires a recent Samsung phone to pair with and install apps, and its standalone features don't work with all apps and notifications. The Gear app library is still weak compared with Android Wear
The dream of a fully standalone wrist gadget that can make phone calls, stay connected and even help you be sounds good, at least on paper. To own a smartwatch usually means having it be perma-paired to a phone in your pocket: it ends up being, largely, a...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-14
Nutzo battery life. The Gear S's 300 mAh battery isn't even big by smartwatch standards and still I was able to get a whole two days out of it in one stretch, and on the night in-between I was even using it for sleep tracking. This should be the baseline...
Ugh, it's so big and ugly and unhip. It's vitally important to be able to wear a smartwatch without being uncomfortable, physically or mentally. Wearing the Gear S made me uncomfortable in both ways. When I wore it for sleep tracking, it kept feeling like...
Samsung started the smartwatch push in earnest with its over-the-top Galaxy Gear just last year. Now, some six smartwatches later, Samsung is releasing one that can make its own calls. The Gear S is a tiny phone on your wrist. But is that really a good id...
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bgr.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-11
Samsung is known for using lots of hopelessly cheesy gimmicks to promote its products, including making its own unboxing videos for them, conducting its own consumer surveys about them and putting them through i ts own in-house drop tests . Now Samsung ha...
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newatlas.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-10
Samsung has released so many smartwatches in the last year that it's easy to start tuning them out. But no matter what you think of the Gear S, it certainly isn't forgettable. Read on, as Gizmag reviews the most forward-thinking smartwatch you can buy.Dur...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-01
Good looking, comfortable curve, does more than Android Wear watches
Battery life, requires a Samsung Android phone
The Samsung Gear S is a definite step forward, but smartwatches and wearables are still in their grade school years....
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ubergizmo.com
Reviewed on 2014-09-03
Wearables are the hot trend right now and 2014 will certainly be the year of the smartwatch at IFA Samsung has already released an impressive number of Smartwatches in the past year, the original Samsung Gear was announced at IFA 2013, then we saw the Tiz...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-02-16
Great looking screen; Solid battery two day battery life when used as a watch; Can make and take phone calls, and send and receive messages; Heart-rate sensor included; GPS built into the watch;
Needs a Samsung phone (a recent one, at that) to setup; Answering phone calls on your wrist can appear very odd, and make you a little concerned about your appearance; Using the onscreen keyboard is a joke; So few watch faces, and very little for free on...
Is it a phone? Is it a watch? These are the questions that you'll likely think up when you see Samsung's latest smartphone-watch hybrid, an evolution on its original Gear smartwatch that will let you make calls from your watch when your phone isn't even n...
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theaustralian.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-12-12
The Surge is shaping as the ultimate wearable, with all the features of Fitbit's activity monitoring band and a smartwatch combined. Source: SuppliedWearables are a substantial growth area in consumer technology, and the fact that your relatives and frien...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-11-23
Great battery life, Curved design, Fulfills the smartwatch promise
Cumbersome in size, Only works with Samsung phones, Needs an additional data SIM
Samsung started the smartwatch push in earnest with its over-the-top Galaxy Gear just last year. Now, some six smartwatches later, Samsung is releasing one that can make its own calls. The Gear S is a tiny phone on your wrist. But is that really a good id...
Read more >
cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-11-18
The Samsung Gear S has a big, bright curved display, decent battery life, comes with its own bonus battery pack and can stay connected away from a phone with its own 3G data or Wi-Fi. It's attractive, albeit rather large. It's a complete on-wrist phone...
It still requires a recent Samsung phone to pair with and install apps, and its standalone features don't work with all apps and notifications. The Gear app library is still weak compared with Android Wear
The dream of a fully standalone wrist gadget that can make phone calls, stay connected and even help you be sounds good, at least on paper. To own a smartwatch usually means having it be perma-paired to a phone in your pocket: it ends up being, largely, a...
Read more >
gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-09-26
Need a watch? And a phone? How about if the two are merged? Samsung is revisiting the idea of a converged gadget, and is even going to bring it to Australia, as we find out in a hands-on with the Gear S.Smartwatches are all the rage at the moment, but the...
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fatducktech.com
Reviewed on 2014-09-24
Samsung held an event last night in Sydney to show off the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge, Gear S and Gear VR. Here's my early thoughts in video form.I covered off the pricing and availability last night , while also taking some time to play with...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-07-24
The smartwatch is the coolest accessory of 2014. You're not somebody if you don't have a shiny screen hanging off your wrist and flashing notifications from your Samsung's latest attempt at making its own bespoke smartwatch is an interesting one.For one...
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