Deal: Samsung Gear S2 Classic (3G/4G) $239.99 – 8/18/16

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Smartwatches in general might not be seeing the levels of adoption that some manufacturers might have hoped for, however, Samsung is one of those who is doing quite well in this market and in no small part thanks to their Samsung Gear S2. This is a round smartwatch and one which comes in a number of variants including a 3G/4G-enabled model. This particular variant is compatible with carriers including AT&T and T-Mobile and can be picked up for about $250 directly from the carriers. Although, that price is dependent on a new two-year contract. To buy the Gear S2 Classic 3G/4G outright from the carriers or major retailers, you are looking at $350. However, a deal is currently live on eBay which means you can pick up the 3G/4G Gear S2 for only $239.99. This is a refurbished model, but is a great price for those not looking to sign up for a contract in order to pick one up at a better price.

In terms of the specs, this is a smartwatch which comes packing a 1.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen which makes use of a 360 x 360 resolution. Inside, the Samsung Gear S2 comes loaded with 512MB RAM, 4GB storage and is powered by an ARM Cortex-A7 dual-core processor. As mentioned, in terms of connectivity and in addition to support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 and NFC, this version is also able to make use of a 3G/4G connection. Which when combined with the included speaker, means you can make and take voice calls directly from the watch. To find out more about the Gear S2 Classic 3G/4G or pick one up for only $239.99, head through the link below.

Samsung Gear S2 Classic 3G/4G

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