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Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch launched at Rs 24,300; Gear VR priced Rs 8,200

Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch starting at Rs 24, 300 and Gear VR headset at Rs 8,200 in India.

Written by Debashis Sarkar | New Delhi |
Updated: January 22, 2016 7:47:02 pm
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Samsung has launched its Gear S2 smartwatch and Gear VR headset in India. While the Gear VR headset will cost Rs 8,200; Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic will be available on Flipkart for Rs 24, 300 and Rs 25,800, respectively.

The Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch features a 1.2-inch circular dial with Super AMOLED display. The Classic version of the device will be available with a leather band. The company is also offering a variety of band options in mendini, warm grey and red for Gear S2 and grey leather and brown leather for Gear S2 Classic.

Watch Samsung Gear S2 Classic First Look Video

The Samsung Gear S2 is powered by Tizen OS and comes with 4GB of internal memory and 512MB RAM. It runs on 1.0 GHz dual-core processor and is backed by a 250mAh battery. The smartwatch features a built-in heart rate sensor. The Samsung Gear S2 lets users access emails, notifications and messages.

Also Read: Samsung Gear VR, powered by Facebook’s Oculus, starts shipping in US

The Samsung Gear VR headset is powered by Oculus and lets users experience movies, shows in 3D. The Gear VR weighs 310 grams, 19 per cent lighter than the Innovator Edition launched earlier. It is compatible with Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 edge+, S6 and S6 Edge. Netflix will be accessible via Samsung Gear VR headset.

Must Read: Samsung Gear VR: All you need to know

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