Samsung postpones launching new Wearables as it works on a “more perfect product”

Samsung is working on a “perfect product” as we speak, according to executive VP Young-hee Lee. It appears that the South-Korean conglomerate is taking a break from releasing more smartwatches and focusing towards creating a perfect device for the future. Since 2013, Samsung has released lots of wearable devices, including Galaxy Gear, Gear 2, Gear Live and Gear Fit.


Samsung Wearable, source
Samsung Wearable, source


According to the VP, Samsung has already released enough products – more than anyone else – therefore they are ready to take a pause and create a more perfect product in the meantime. It appears that the said product is already being worked on and the public may not have to wait THAT long to see it. Of course, next time a device is released from Samsung; it will have to take on the eternal rival Apple product, the Apple Watch. But as long as a Samsung wearable is going to run on Android Wear, we are sure it will be a success.

A possible problem would be the usage of Samsung’s proprietary Tizen OS, which may be the obvious choice for the future as the company is trying to become independent from all exterior associates.

Source: DroidLife

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Active available on AT&T!

Samsung Galaxy S5 Active is now unveiled by AT&T. After a few weeks of leaks and rumors, Samsung launched a much more tech-looking version of its 2014 flagship and it can already be bought at AT&t. it is available in three versions: Titanium Gray, Ruby Red and Camo Green.

The S5 Active is dust and water resistant and, by the looks of it, it can stand some pretty serious abuse. The device has the same construction as the flagship and improves it chassis to look better and stay stronger. The device has a 5” super AMOLED touchscreen at a 1080 x 1920 p resolution with a pixel density of 432 with Gorilla Glass 3 protection. It also has a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, 2 GB of RAM and 16 or 32 GB of storage space with a microSD card slot for up to 120 GB.

The Active device doesn’t have a fingerprint scanner though. It does have a dedicated button for launching activity-related features.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Active can be found in AT&T shops and online for $200 on contract or $715 without a contract. Users can also order a Gear Fit smartwatch for $50 off for a limited time while purchasing the Active device! You can find the appropriate link HERE!

Source: AT&T