Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Gets Major Software Update,More Features And Faster Speed

Samsung has been in the wearable game longer than most other tech companies. From its original Galaxy Gear until now with its latest Gear S3 - available in Classic and Frontier variants the progression shows the company's precise focus on its smartwatch proposition. The Gear S3 has an exquisite always-on screen which is fabulously responsive and the rotating bezel is still one of the best ways to maneuver on such a tiny display.

The New Software Update Will Arrive With Richer Feature And Faster Speeds

Samsung Gear S3 Frontier is equipped by TizenOS 3.0 A brand-new variant of Samsung's TizenOS, the operating system that powers the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier throughout the others and is set for release in September 2017. TizenOS 4.0 is currently still under development with the first beta for the new software scheduled for June. A post on the Samsung developer website has officially confirmed. The new software is expected to arrive with a richer feature set, and faster speeds than its predecessor, according to a source. The first official version of Tizen.NET will be launched in September 2017 as a part of Tizen 4.0.

Samsung Gear S3 Frontier And Classic Are One Of The Best Smartwatch To Date

Battery life is great and there are more features that will be included to make the device far more useful. Samsung has also been always clever and never fails to impress us when it comes to innovation.Owners won't be forced to pay expensive prices to change the style of the watch. Frontier has been designed as both a fitness-minded watch, as well as a leisure wearable. While, the Classic variation "pays homage to the minimalist, classic and luxurious style" found in the most iconic timepieces, according to Samsung. When compared to its previous releases, Samsung has also increased the size of the battery (upping the battery life to a staggering four days) including a GPS to give the smartwatch more privilege.


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