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4G LTE comes to Samsung’s Gear S3 classic

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Samsung has announced 4G LTE support via the new Gear S3 Classic smartwatch, allowing owners to get their Dick Tracy on. You can take calls and more with the new version of the popular watch, supporting AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon networks.

“Adding LTE connectivity to the Gear S3 classic gives users the ability to stay connected on the go, even when they leave their phone behind,” said Alanna Cotton, vice president of marketing at Samsung Electronics America.

You can even share the same number as your smartphone, so you don’t have to juggle multiple contact numbers with your friends and family. Left your phone at home? No problem, as you won’t miss a thing as long as the Gear S3 Classic rests around your wrist.

Along with everything else built into the Gear S3, you will have one of the most complete smartwatch solutions available on the market. You can interact with incoming calls, messages and more by simply turning the bezel. You can also draw your message onto the watch face and it will be converted to text or emojis. It even supports Samsung Pay, allowing you to pay for your purchase by waiving your watch near a payment terminal that supports Pay.

Visit Samsung.com for more information.

Specifications:

Model: Bluetooth® and WiFi, LTE
Display: 1.3” Circular Super AMOLED, 360 x 360, 278ppi, Full Color Always On Display, Corning® Gorilla® Glass SR+
AP: Dual core 1.0 GHz
OS: Tizen Based Wearable Platform 2.3.2
Size: 46 x 49 x 12.9, 57g
Strap: Standard 22mm
Memory: 4GB Internal memory, 768MB RAM
Connectivity: 4G/LTE, Bluetooth® 4.2, Wi-Fi b/g/n, NFC, MST, A-GPS/Glonass
Sensors: Accelerometer, Gyro, Barometer, HRM, Ambient light
Battery: 380mAh
Charge: Wireless charging (WPC Inductive)
Durability: IP68 water & dust resistance 3
Compatibility: Android 4.4? iOS 9.0? 4, RAM 1.5GB +

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