Samsung Publishes Demo Video For Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear

Most of us have already knew that Samsung just recently unveiled the Galaxy Note 3 and its wearable accessory/device called Galaxy Gear at 2013' IFA in Berlin a couple of days ago. A day after the announcement, we've some other video released by Samsung featuring Note 3's software features, how they work and how to use them. Now, the Korean tech company got a new video tutorial for us as "SAMSUNGmobile" released an 18-minute video on YouTube doing hands-on the Note and Gear. If you plan to buy these devices and still wonder how they work together, this might be of great help to you. Hit the jump to watch the said clip after the jump. 

The Galaxy Gear smartwatch was Samsung's main attraction at the IFA this year as this is the device that was most anticipated to be unveiled at the event plus what the strapped machine can do. Well, aside from telling us the time this watch can do more than what regular watches do. Through this device a user can manage calls and texts and other notifications being received and made on their Galaxy devices, also it controls music playback, record a short 720p video or take photos through its 1.9-megapixel lens built on it. 

At the very moment the Galaxy Gear is compatible with the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition and later on be compatible with Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 once a software update is rolled out. 
Galaxy Gear sports 1.63-inch Super AMOLED display with 320x320 resolution, an 800MHz Exynos processor. This wrist-bound little one uses Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy standard to communicate with other Galaxy smartphones which is supported by Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Android 4.3 will run inside Note 3 and this is also the reason why the Current high end Galaxies need an update to work with the Gear. A relatively not so big 315mAh battery which according to Samsung can guarantee a user of "about a day" of life. Built-in memory is at 4GB capacity. Available in six different colors, Jet Black, Mocha Gray, Wild Orange, Oatmeal Beige, Rose Gold and Lime Green. Price? $299, in the US at least. 

There are just other things that keeps on asking myself. How come Samsung is only making this device available or compatible only with their own line of smartphones? Is it temporary or for good? What about those non-Galaxy users but want to try the Galaxy Gear, are they forced to buy a Galaxy device if they want to try it working with smartphones?  And what if Apple's iWatch is smarter than this, what's the next step?  

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