Pre-orders for the Samsung Gear Sport are now live and it will cost you $299.99/£299/AU$499. The watch is hitting stores on October 27, unless you're in Australia, in which case it lands on November 1.
The Samsung Gear Sport inherits the key design feature of the Gear S3 from last year, with a rotating bezel surrounding the display.
This spinning dial allows you to easily navigate around the Tizen interface and scroll lists, while it also features a button click allowing you to make selections on the watch without having to move your fingers off the bezel.
In terms of size, the Gear Sport's stainless steel body measures in at 42.9 x 44.6 x 11.6mm, and weighs 50g (without the band).
That makes it smaller and lighter than the Samsung Gear S3 - which is what you want if you're going to be working out or playing sport while wearing the watch. It's also water resistant up to 50 meters too, so it can survive a dunk in the bath and a dip in the swimming pool.
There's even a Speedo On app pre-installed on the watch to allow you to connect with other swimmers, and gives you access to training plans.
The watch case itself will be available in black and blue, while a wide range of 23
straps (20mm) will also be available launch, with more likely to follow in the coming months.
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