Samsung Uses Infographic to Help People Choose the Right Gear for Them


If there's one thing we can all agree on when it comes to Samsung, they release more devices than any other Android manufacturer out there. Sometimes, this isn't always a good thing, and consumers end up choosing between multiple devices that seemingly have very little different about them. For consumer choice though, nobody offers more than Samsung and this is apparent with everything that they do, right the way up from the low-end to the high-end and even with their new smartwatch range. The Gear 2 line was launched a month or two ago now, and it offers three different smartwatch type devices for consumers to choose from. The problem? Which one do you choose?

Obviously, if you don't have a Samsung smartphone, then you can keep on walking. If you have a Galaxy device though, then there's arguably no better smartwatch to choose from than a Gear 2 device. Choosing between the three wearables is pretty easy to be fair, if you want the full works with a camera on your wrist then you go for the Gear 2, if you're more interested in notifications and small apps on your wrist then the Gear 2 Neo is a good choice and it's a little cheaper. The Gear Fit meanwhile is a device for those active folk who want to get updates on their runs or activities while on the move. You also won't miss notifications or texts or anything like that as the curved display will keep you up to date.

Samsung does a much better job of help potential smartwatch buyers choose between Samsung's latest and greatest with the below infographic. It tells us how much each device weighs, the main features and has a helpful IFTTT sort of chart to let you know which Gear watch is the best one for you. If you were to buy a Gear watch, which one would you buy?

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