Samsung Gear is a line of wearable computing devices produced by Samsung Electronics. The line was first introduced with an Android smartwatch in September 2013 as a spin-off of its Galaxy smartphone and tablet range, and expanded at Mobile World Congress 2014 with a successor, the Tizen-based Gear 2, and the Gear Fit activity tracker.
List of watches
- Samsung Galaxy Gear − Android based, upgradeable to Tizen
- Samsung Gear 2 − Tizen based
- Samsung Gear 2 Neo − Tizen based
- Samsung Gear Fit − Runs a custom RTOS
- Samsung Gear Live − Android Wear based
- Samsung Gear S − Tizen based
- Samsung Gear S2 − Tizen based
- Samsung Gear Fit 2 − Tizen based
- Samsung Gear S3 − Tizen based
- Samsung Gear 360 – 360° video camera
- Samsung Gear Circle – Smart neck band
- Samsung Gear VR – Virtual reality device
- Samsung Gear IconX – Bluetooth earphone
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