Samsung remains committed to boost the market of wearables, and although it has already presented its platform Open Source SimBand to supplement in the future the Gear 2 range that is already in the market, it is true that Koreans like to put the leg in every hole possible or impossible to market.
The next thing will be a smartwatch with Android Wear, very rumored thing and little surprise, though what if we got to step is the fact that may arise this afternoon during the Google I/O 2014, event which you can follow live here in Xataka Android starting at 18:00 Spanish time.
It would apparently be called Samsung Gear Live, Although he misses us a nomenclature without the “Galaxy” which has given name to all Samsung with Android devices, and its release to the market It would be on July 7, very soon, taking into account its hypothetical presentation of this afternoon.
The device will be presented along with all the news about Android Wear APIs and possibilities of an operating system for devices wearable yet we have not seen running “live”.
Brand Samsung Gear Live was recorded roughly a month ago, as we see in SammyToday, and the specifications of the new Samsung Smart Watch have also leaked before the brilliant presentation.
Thus, one mount the Gear Live SuperAMOLED screen of 1.63 inches and resolution of 320 x 320 pixels, Although exactly the same resolution that shows the Motorola 360, it seems that it will be in this case square.
The hardware platform will be similar to the current Samsung Gear 2, with a processor 1.2 GHz and memory RAM of 512 MB and 4 GB internal storage. It will feature wireless connectivity through Bluetooth 4.0, as well as heart rate sensor and a 300 mAh battery, all this in a housing with dimensions of 37.9 x 56.4 x 8.9 mm and weighs 59 grams.
It will be resistant to water and dust with IP67 certification, We did not expect less for a device’s features, and it will have Android Wear and Google services: Now, Gmail, Maps, Hangouts, etc..
We will have to wait until tonight to leave questions and see if the Koreans wanted to compete from day one in the Android Wear range, although to do this they had to prepare the Samsung Gear Live in record time. Do you think you?