Telstra has announced the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Watch cellular variant, Samsung’s new flagship wearable with LTE capability, in 42mm and 46mm sizes.
Although Telstra, Vodafone and Optus are selling the Apple Watch Series 4, the fine print shows Telstra will be the sole carrier to sell Samsung's new Galaxy Watch.
Fighting the Apple Watch and Google Android Wear watches is Samsung's new Galaxy Watch, taking a naming cue from Apple, with a headline of "up to 80+ hours" of battery life on the LTE model with "typical usage" as well as working in 15+ countries across 30+ carriers with both iPhones and Androids.
Contrary to rumours about an S Watch from Samsung, the patents suggest that it will be called ‘Galaxy Gear’, and it could be a couple of years away.
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