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Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 Neo / SM-R381 / SM-R3810
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Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 Neo / SM-R381 / SM-R3810

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Samsung Gear 2 Neo

reviewzat.com
19 June 2014
  • Pros: Bright display and water and dust resistant and comes with a heart rate sensor.
  • Cons: It works with a limited number of Samsung devices and limited number of apps to download from.
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Samsung Gear 2 Neo Review: Less Premium, More Plastic, Still a Pricey Purchase for Outdoor People (Video)

tablet-news.com
22 May 2014
  • Conclusion: We give the Gear 2 Neo an 8 for design, 8.5 for hardware and a 8.5 out of 10 for OS and UI. The final grade is 8.33 out of 10 and this is basically a cheaper Gear 2, for people who are not willing to pay the full amount. I’d prefer to pay a bit more, but get a bit of metal, but that’s only me…
  • Pros: light case, infrared emitter, crisp display, speaker included, 4 GB of storage, make calls and take calls, you can listen to music independently, the learning curve is small, nice notification system, waterproof
  • Cons: light case, infrared emitter, crisp display, speaker included, 4 GB of storage, make calls and take calls, you can listen to music independently, the learning curve is small, nice notification system, waterproof, less premium materials, battery not great, pricey, belt makes you sweat easily, hard...
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Samsung Gear 2 Neo

PC Magazine
19 May 2014
  • Conclusion: The Samsung Gear 2 Neo smartwatch ditches the camera for a less expensive price tag, making it a better buy than the Gear 2.
  • Pros: Less expensive than the Gear 2. Beautiful display. Doubles as an activity tracker. Heart rate monitor. Works with standard watchbands.
  • Cons: Compatible with Samsung devices only. Lacks apps.
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Expert Review

gizmag.com
7 May 2014
  • Summary: We reviewed Samsung's Gear 2 smartwatch when it launched in April, but we skipped its sibling, the Gear 2 Neo. With only minor differences between the two, we figured the one review could speak for both watches.
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Expert Review

Android Authority
30 April 2014
  • Summary: See it on Amazon . Samsung is getting into high gear with its wearable devices this year, notably with the release of three smartwatches as successors to 2013’s Galaxy Gear line. The Samsung Gear 2 , Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit all run the company’s proprietary Tizen platform, although each device is...
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Samsung Gear 2 Neo Review

Softpedia
23 April 2014
  • Excerpt: The problem was that the original Galaxy Gear wasn’t exactly the most accomplished product. Its design left a lot to be improved, it was laggy and the battery life was pretty dreadful lasting users a meager 24 hours.
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Samsung Gear 2 Neo review - Less is more - Samsung simplifies the smartwatch

Mobile Choice UK
16 May 2014
  • Conclusion: When I reviewed the Gear 2 a few weeks ago I said it was trying to do too much, and nothing well enough to justify its £250 price tag. Ditching the camera was a good start for the Gear 2 Neo, but I’d like to have seen Samsung go even further and focus on the user experience, rather than trying to...
  • Pros: More affordable than the Gear 2. Bright and beautiful display. The perfect exercise companion.
  • Cons: Issues with screen not coming on when asked. Poor battery life. Too large for some.
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Samsung Gear 2 Neo

Trusted Reviews
28 April 2014
  • Summary: The cheaper Samsung smartwatch is plastic but not fantastic
  • Pros: Nice, bright screen, Notifications work well, Easy to use interface
  • Cons: Poor app support, Battery life doesn't last a week, Average call quality, Only works with Samsung smartphones and tablets
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Samsung Gear 2 Neo review

Stuff.tv
17 April 2014
  • Summary: Better value than the Gear 2, the Neo is a truly geeky accessory for Samsung users - but it’s also far from essential
  • Pros: Lightweight but durable, Bright, sharp, colourful screen, Excellent battery life, On-board music playback
  • Cons: Disappointing app store, Only works with Samsung phones, Cheaper than Gear 2 but still pricey
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Samsung’s second-generation Gear smartwatch reviewed

Gadget Guy
17 April 2014
  • Summary: A second attempt at a smartwatch reveals better battery life and a more comfortable fit, but Samsung’s Gear watches still need more in them.
  • Pros: Remote control built in, Decent battery life equates to around four days, Bright and colourful screen with great viewing angles, More comfortable wristband than previous generation
  • Cons: Not enough apps available, More clockfaces needed, Media controller needs to do link up with more media players, Requires a Samsung smartphone to use
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