Samsung shows up to have one more wearable gizmo up its sleeve for 2014 in the type of the long-overdue S Band activity tracker.
The display-less S Band was originally revealed throughout in 2012′s literal tune and dancing routine where Samsung revealed the Galaxy S4, yet it never ever introduced.
The S Band is stated to keep an eye on calories burned, steps, range and rest performance, all metrics that could be moved from the sensing unit to a phone – most likely just Galaxy tools with S Health 3.0.
Inbound telephone calls and text notices shake this wrist-worn wearable and blink its tiny LED. A loss protection method is expected to do the exact same when the Bluetooth-connected device runs out array.
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Grain of S Band salt
There’s absolutely nothing to validate that Samsung is preparing to resurrect the S Band that it has postponed for a year like our inadequate health club practices.
Today’s marketing slides really look a little dated thinking about there’s a Galaxy S4 pictured in the material and the grammar seems off in many cases.
Its claim that “this will stop you from shed your phone or youngster in the group” doesn’t precisely strike customer self-confidence. This sales pitch plainly isn’t prepared for prime time.
Samsung likewise has lots of other honest wearables, including the Equipment 2, Equipment 2 Neo and elegant Gear Fit. If the S Band does lastly appeared, anticipate it to be on the lower end of a cost range.
- See the following wearable Samsung could copy in our Google Glass review