Samsung used the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show to announce competition to Apple’s watch in the form of its Gear S2, S3, and the Gear Fit 2 that now run on Apple’s iPhone 5 or later.
Users of Samsung Galaxy devices which are compatible with the Samsung Gear S2 or new Gear S3 can now use Samsung Pay at outlets in Australia.
It seems that the market is polarised between smart watches and fitness trackers – it is heavily skewed towards the latter. But the smartwatch category is in steep decline as more of these “useless fruity devices fill the sock drawer”.
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