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Samsung Gear S2 Smartwatch - SM-R7320ZKAXAR

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Stay connected even when you're away from your phone with the Samsung Gear S2 Classic. It empowers your active lifestyle and continuously challenges you to live better. Track your steps taken with the Samsung Gear S2 classic's built-in pedometer. Check your heart rate and even get a nudge to remind you when it's time to get moving. This product is as attractive as it is practical, as it features a leather band and stainless steel elements. You can use the Wi-Fi or Bluetooth compatibility to connect this device to others, including your phone or PC. Its lithium-ion battery is rechargeable and keeps running for long periods. You can connect the watch to most Android systems.

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Stay connected even when you're away from your phone with the Samsung Gear S2 Classic. It empowers your active lifestyle and continuously challenges you to live better. Track your steps taken with the Samsung Gear S2 classic's built-in pedometer. Check your heart rate and even get a nudge to remind you when it's time to get moving. This product is as attractive as it is practical, as it features a leather band and stainless steel elements. You can use the Wi-Fi or Bluetooth compatibility to connect this device to others, including your phone or PC. Its lithium-ion battery is rechargeable and keeps running for long periods. You can connect the watch to most Android systems.


Samsung Gear S2:

  • 1.2" circular Super AMOLED display, 360 x 360 resolution
  • Dual-core 1.0GHz processor
  • 4GB internal memory
  • Samsung Galaxy Gear S2 has 512MB RAM
  • Portion of memory occupied by existing content
  • 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth 4.1
  • NFC (Near Field Communication)
  • Samsung activity tracker comes with wireless charging
  • 250mAh li-ion battery
  • Stainless steel case
  • Samsung Galaxy Gear S2 has a luxurious leather band
  • Sensors: accelerometer, gyro, barometer and ambient light
  • OS: Tizen, compatible with most Android phones with Android 4.4 (KitKat) and later with 1.5GB RAM
  • Some features may not be available
  • For best compatibility, connect with Samsung Galaxy devices
  • Design: Classic
  • Model: SM-R7320ZKAXAR

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Features
Compatibility1
Connectivity2
Smart Notifications2
Heart rate tracking4
Water-resistant6
Interchangeable bands
Built-in GPS7
Band material
Face Size
Battery life9
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Gear S2 classic, Black
 
Bluetooth
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40mm, Round
Up to 2-3 days

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Average Rating:(4.5)out of 5 stars
92%Recommended(0 of 2493)
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4 stars
765
3 stars
120
2 stars
34
1 star
33
Most helpful positive review
4 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Beautiful!
I love this watch. I've been through a few smartwatches and always returned to the gear fit due to the size and shape. I then upgraded to the s2 for the functionality. This watch is the perfect mix of the two. The notifications, the agenda and the health features and exactly what I need. The classic feels much lighter than the s2 and the ridges on the bezel make it easier for me to use. But what I love is the look, it is gorgeous!
Most helpful negative review
28 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Brilliant hardware let down by proprietary store and app ecosystem
I've owned a number of smart watches in several different varieties (Pebble, Android Wear, and now Gear), and each has their plusses and minuses. Let me say right off that while the Gear S2 is a brilliant piece of hardware (four stars) its severely hampered by the Samsung Gear Ecosystem, poor store experience and lack of quality apps (one star). If you don't have a Samsung phone or may switch from a Samsung phone to something else DON'T BUY AN S2. Non samsung phone users are limited to a very small subset of "free" apps. If you switch from a Samsung phone to something else you will loose access to all purchased apps and some free apps (like Uber). If you are happy with the initial set of watch faces and apps, then this is a highly recommended purchase. But many of the promised apps have not materialized yet and the Gear app store is full of mostly garbage apps and watch faces with no where near the quantity, consistency, quality, and versatility of Android Wear. So, from a hardware perspective, the Gear S2 is brilliant -The screen is a typical Samsung Super Amoled thats bright, crisp, rich, and pose efficient that just blows every other smart watch screen away. -The moving bezel (supplemented by touch and back and home buttons) is by far the best interface on any smartwatch I've used -The responsiveness and speed of the interface is by far the best I've encountered, way beyond Pebble and Wear -The build quality is excellent -The battery life is good (no where near a 5-7 day Pebble but on par with a good Wear watch like the LG G Watch R) of a full day (24 hours plus) under heavy use and up to two full days under lighter use. - The watch is light, compact, and very comfortable on the wrist - The wireless charging is nice but proprietary and not as compact as it could be for travel. It doesn't convert the watch to a "clock" as Android Wear does when charging. Charging speed is average - The strap is propriatary From a software (App store, Watchfaces, and most Apps) the S2 blows chunks - The store is a disaster. Really only accessible from the Grear app on your Phone. Heavily segmented/compartmentalized by catagories with an almost completely non functional search mechanism so you spend a lot of time navigating it. Apps often don't specify which Gear platform(s) they support and there is no filtering by product so you mostly have to rely on screen shots (if there is a round one maybe the S2 is supported). - There are a fair number of watch faces but they often use different customization methods and are no where near the level of realism offered by many Wear apps, nor do they tend to have the number and variety of features/complications. - The actual Apps are even worse when it comes to quantity, variety, consistency, and support for S2. This is just trash and the store has been open for over two years so I don't see it suddenly changing for the better. Many of the cool Apps Samsung advertised on their product announcement simply don't exist yet. And maybe there are some tricks and tips I haven't uncovered yet, but my S2 doesn't get near the number of notifications my Wear gets. I don't get any Google card notifications which I rely on heavily. So my recommendation is don't buy it unless you are a dedicated Samsung phone user and don't plan on leaving the brand. If you are a dedicated Samsung phone user and don't rely on "Google Card" notifications then this could be a very compelling product for you.
Most helpful positive review
4 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Beautiful!
I love this watch. I've been through a few smartwatches and always returned to the gear fit due to the size and shape. I then upgraded to the s2 for the functionality. This watch is the perfect mix of the two. The notifications, the agenda and the health features and exactly what I need. The classic feels much lighter than the s2 and the ridges on the bezel make it easier for me to use. But what I love is the look, it is gorgeous!
Most helpful negative review
28 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Brilliant hardware let down by proprietary store and app ecosystem
I've owned a number of smart watches in several different varieties (Pebble, Android Wear, and now Gear), and each has their plusses and minuses. Let me say right off that while the Gear S2 is a brilliant piece of hardware (four stars) its severely hampered by the Samsung Gear Ecosystem, poor store experience and lack of quality apps (one star). If you don't have a Samsung phone or may switch from a Samsung phone to something else DON'T BUY AN S2. Non samsung phone users are limited to a very small subset of "free" apps. If you switch from a Samsung phone to something else you will loose access to all purchased apps and some free apps (like Uber). If you are happy with the initial set of watch faces and apps, then this is a highly recommended purchase. But many of the promised apps have not materialized yet and the Gear app store is full of mostly garbage apps and watch faces with no where near the quantity, consistency, quality, and versatility of Android Wear. So, from a hardware perspective, the Gear S2 is brilliant -The screen is a typical Samsung Super Amoled thats bright, crisp, rich, and pose efficient that just blows every other smart watch screen away. -The moving bezel (supplemented by touch and back and home buttons) is by far the best interface on any smartwatch I've used -The responsiveness and speed of the interface is by far the best I've encountered, way beyond Pebble and Wear -The build quality is excellent -The battery life is good (no where near a 5-7 day Pebble but on par with a good Wear watch like the LG G Watch R) of a full day (24 hours plus) under heavy use and up to two full days under lighter use. - The watch is light, compact, and very comfortable on the wrist - The wireless charging is nice but proprietary and not as compact as it could be for travel. It doesn't convert the watch to a "clock" as Android Wear does when charging. Charging speed is average - The strap is propriatary From a software (App store, Watchfaces, and most Apps) the S2 blows chunks - The store is a disaster. Really only accessible from the Grear app on your Phone. Heavily segmented/compartmentalized by catagories with an almost completely non functional search mechanism so you spend a lot of time navigating it. Apps often don't specify which Gear platform(s) they support and there is no filtering by product so you mostly have to rely on screen shots (if there is a round one maybe the S2 is supported). - There are a fair number of watch faces but they often use different customization methods and are no where near the level of realism offered by many Wear apps, nor do they tend to have the number and variety of features/complications. - The actual Apps are even worse when it comes to quantity, variety, consistency, and support for S2. This is just trash and the store has been open for over two years so I don't see it suddenly changing for the better. Many of the cool Apps Samsung advertised on their product announcement simply don't exist yet. And maybe there are some tricks and tips I haven't uncovered yet, but my S2 doesn't get near the number of notifications my Wear gets. I don't get any Google card notifications which I rely on heavily. So my recommendation is don't buy it unless you are a dedicated Samsung phone user and don't plan on leaving the brand. If you are a dedicated Samsung phone user and don't rely on "Google Card" notifications then this could be a very compelling product for you.
I love this watch. I've been through a few smartwatches and always returned to the gear fit due to the size and shape. I then upgraded to the s2 for the functionality. This watch is the perfect mix of the two. The notifications, the agenda and the health features and exactly what I need. The classic feels much lighter than the s2 and the ridges on the bezel make it easier for me to use. But what I love is the look, it is gorgeous!
I've owned a number of smart watches in several different varieties (Pebble, Android Wear, and now Gear), and each has their plusses and minuses. Let me say right off that while the Gear S2 is a brilliant piece of hardware (four stars) its severely hampered by the Samsung Gear Ecosystem, poor store experience and lack of quality apps (one star). If you don't have a Samsung phone or may switch from a Samsung phone to something else DON'T BUY AN S2. Non samsung phone users are limited to a very small subset of "free" apps. If you switch from a Samsung phone to something else you will loose access to all purchased apps and some free apps (like Uber). If you are happy with the initial set of watch faces and apps, then this is a highly recommended purchase. But many of the promised apps have not materialized yet and the Gear app store is full of mostly garbage apps and watch faces with no where near the quantity, consistency, quality, and versatility of Android Wear. So, from a hardware perspective, the Gear S2 is brilliant -The screen is a typical Samsung Super Amoled thats bright, crisp, rich, and pose efficient that just blows every other smart watch screen away. -The moving bezel (supplemented by touch and back and home buttons) is by far the best interface on any smartwatch I've used -The responsiveness and speed of the interface is by far the best I've encountered, way beyond Pebble and Wear -The build quality is excellent -The battery life is good (no where near a 5-7 day Pebble but on par with a good Wear watch like the LG G Watch R) of a full day (24 hours plus) under heavy use and up to two full days under lighter use. - The watch is light, compact, and very comfortable on the wrist - The wireless charging is nice but proprietary and not as compact as it could be for travel. It doesn't convert the watch to a "clock" as Android Wear does when charging. Charging speed is average - The strap is propriatary From a software (App store, Watchfaces, and most Apps) the S2 blows chunks - The store is a disaster. Really only accessible from the Grear app on your Phone. Heavily segmented/compartmentalized by catagories with an almost completely non functional search mechanism so you spend a lot of time navigating it. Apps often don't specify which Gear platform(s) they support and there is no filtering by product so you mostly have to rely on screen shots (if there is a round one maybe the S2 is supported). - There are a fair number of watch faces but they often use different customization methods and are no where near the level of realism offered by many Wear apps, nor do they tend to have the number and variety of features/complications. - The actual Apps are even worse when it comes to quantity, variety, consistency, and support for S2. This is just trash and the store has been open for over two years so I don't see it suddenly changing for the better. Many of the cool Apps Samsung advertised on their product announcement simply don't exist yet. And maybe there are some tricks and tips I haven't uncovered yet, but my S2 doesn't get near the number of notifications my Wear gets. I don't get any Google card notifications which I rely on heavily. So my recommendation is don't buy it unless you are a dedicated Samsung phone user and don't plan on leaving the brand. If you are a dedicated Samsung phone user and don't rely on "Google Card" notifications then this could be a very compelling product for you.

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1-5 of 2686 reviews
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

GREAT WATCH BUT NOW THE BAND FALLS OFF ALL DAY EVERY DAY

I've had this watch for over a year now I believe, and now the band falls off all the time. the band isn't ripped or anything, just the little pin that pushes in to both sides of the watch face won't stay on.I am not happy about not being able to wear it. Can someone please help me?

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Beautiful!

I love this watch. I've been through a few smartwatches and always returned to the gear fit due to the size and shape. I then upgraded to the s2 for the functionality. This watch is the perfect mix of the two. The notifications, the agenda and the health features and exactly what I need. The classic feels much lighter than the s2 and the ridges on the bezel make it easier for me to use. But what I love is the look, it is gorgeous!

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

love this new piece of Tech

I was very skeptical at first about getting a smart watch saying i would hardly use it. So recently i won a Gear s2 and been using it fr a few days. WOW what a gadget, HOW DID I SURVIVE WITHOUT this assistant on my hand giving me all my notifications on my wrist. Thanks a Million SAMSUNG. Now just waiting for my Free tablet to get here lol.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Samsung classic smart watch

Hello Everyone,

I have written before about things. I am not tech savvy and I don't really don't use my Samsung galaxy 6 edge the way that I am supposed to, but I love the combination of both my watch and phone together. I can't hear my phone all the time and missed 2 emergency calls. I bought the smart watch so that I don't miss anything.

I can tell you it goes off with all notifications that are on my phone. I can program everything and anything and my watch lets me know. I realize that it sounds lazy but I have been able to program things for my job also. It vibrates and is non-intrusive. Not like the notification from the phone. Also, I can not carry my phone on my person at work... THIS IS AWESOME !!!!!

My only thing against the watch is that there seems to be no thought process to women. The watch bands are either black or brown. I actually ordered one on the market that I changed it to. I would have like to have the Samsung brand to complete the watch and be able to change it easily. I hope that they consider this for their accessories soon.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

This is truly a smart watch!

Without looking garish and futuristic, this Gear S2 Classic truly is a smart watch.

From turning it on for the first time, it links seamlessly with my Galaxy Note5 and complements it perfectly.

The display is bright and clear, the apps from mail to uber are a joy to use. And all at the same time it looks like a proper watch. As an added bonus, it is water resistant.

The battery life is excellent. So far I have managed 3 days without having to recharge the battery, and that's without setting it to greyscale mode.

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by GilMay 13, 2016


1. This model can transmit and receive phone calls.
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2. No, most cannot. The ones that can are generally available only from carriers like AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile. Those are known as the "Gear S2 3G" and besides cellular data/voice, they include GPS and a speaker.
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Last answer: June 29, 2016

by JBBJanuary 13, 2017


1. Yes I have T-mobile and it works with no problems
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