Samsung Gear S2 price, specs, review 價錢、規格及用家意見

More than just a smartwatch, Samsung Gear S2 is crafted for those that want to enjoy their lives to the fullest. Read more about Samsung Gear S2 Hong Kongbelow.

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More than just a smartwatch, Samsung Gear S2 is crafted for those that want to enjoy their lives to the fullest. Read more about Samsung Gear S2 Hong Kongbelow.

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Cheapest Samsung Gear S2 Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 139,732.00

The Samsung Gear S2 is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest Samsung Gear S2 price in Hong Kong is HK$ 139,732.00 from Farfetch. Samsung Gear S2 price details are updated October 2021.

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Price List by Country for Samsung Gear S2

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 139,732.00 HK$ 139,732.00
Indonesia IDR 3.240.000 HK$ 1,792.00
Malaysia MYR 999.00 HK$ 1,869.00
Philippines PHP 12,000.00 HK$ 1,841.00
Singapore SGD 397.98 HK$ 2,296.00
Vietnam VND 5.872.752 HK$ 2,005.00

Samsung Gear S2 Specs

Display Size 1.2"
Display Resolution 360 x 360pixels
Display Type AMOLED
Display Material Gorilla Glass 3
Fitness Tracker Yes
Heart Rate Monitor No
Blood Oxygen No
Music Control Yes
Sleep Tracker Yes
Stress Tracker Yes
Messaging Yes
Menstrual Tracker No
Pedometer Yes
Battery Life 48h
Charging Wireless Charging
Battery Capacity 250mAh
Battery Type Li-Ion
Bluetooth Version 4.1
Bluetooth Yes
Wi-Fi Yes
Technical Details
Water Resistant Depths 1.5m
Water Resistant Yes
Speaker No
Built-in Microphone Yes
Operating System
OS Tizen
iOS compatibility No
Android compatibility Yes
Windows Phone Compatibility No
Internal Storage 4GB
Brightness Sensor Yes
Acceleration Sensor Yes
Barometer Sensor Yes
Gyro Sensor Yes
Processor Core Dual Core
Processor Speed 1GHz
Dimensions (W x H x D) 42.3 x 49.8 x 11.4mm
Removable Strap Yes
Strap Material Silicone
Body Shape Round
Body Material Plastic
Weight 47g

Samsung Gear S2 Hong Kong– Your Dedicated Timekeeper

Exclusively design in accelerating your life while accommodating its increasingly bigger demands, Samsung Gear S2 is all about being your dedicated timekeeper that can enhance the quality of your life. Being sleek and stylish, Samsung Gear S2 will be your lovely companion that you want to own and you will not be disappointed after looking at its exciting features!

Redefining Smartwatch

Despite looking like a normal round watch design, Samsung Gear S2 looks very impressive with its sleek and smooth design. Not only that, what makes Samsung Gear S2 impressive than others is its rotating bezel that proves to be pretty useful when it comes to interaction. It is this rotating bezel that sets Samsung Gear S2 apart than other smartwatches in the market because it is about to rethink how you can interact with your smartwatch.

Such interaction is designed to be very intuitive-based as you only need to spin around in order to access to its functions. While this additional feature simply duplicates what you can do with the touchscreen, it actually adds another layer of both fun and flexibility in enjoying the seamless digital experience. As Samsung proudly boasts, every turn that you make is a turn for the better. Not just that, Samsung Gear S2 actually enjoys better battery life when you compare with other smartwatches.

Tons Of Customizable Options That You Can Personalize Your Gear

While the design of Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch has been praised as "sophisticatedly clean", you can actually enhance the design by changing your watch face to the one that fits your theme, personality and mood. Boasting the already impressive amount of 13 different watch face styles, you can even customize each of them into many different variants.

If you think that these watch faces are purely aesthetic only, you are wrong because they can run like actual applications themselves. Reflecting the fusion of fun and functionality, these watch faces are definitely purpose-driven as you can use them for specific tasks. For example, getting ESPN watch face means that you can also view scores of your favorite team. Aside from changing your watch face, you can also swap your band into another design that you desire.

Perfect Pairing With Your Smartphone

As the smartwatch is designed exclusively to enhance your smartphone by making it even easier in accessing its functions, people often assume that Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch is only suitable to be paired with Samsung smartphones. While this maybe true for its predecessors, Samsung has redesignedSamsung Gear S2 so that you can pair with other non-Samsung smartphones as well. Hence, Samsung Gear S2 is the smartwatch that truly offers exciting ways to connect and experience your smartphone to the fullest.

Reviews of Samsung Gear S2
Reviewed on 2016-12-12
The battle for wearable tech items is in full swing and of course, Samsung is a participant in this arena. In fact, Samsung has had several versions and several renditions of watches. The Samsung Gear S2 Watch is one of their best efforts.The Samsung Gear...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-02
Durable and sleek design, Multiple options to meet different needs, A size that's suitable for most users, Market-leading battery life is impressive, Unique rotating bezel stands out from the crowd, Good display with clever brightness management, Smooth...
Limited application support for the foreseeable future, No auto-brightness, No GPS or speaker on the Wi-Fi only variant
Smartwatches aren't a new concept but, similar to tablets , they experienced a period of growth before the market stalled as other technology endeavours – Virtual Reality and Drones come to mind – came to the forefront. For wearable OEMs, building an Andr...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-28
The new Samsung Gear S2 is a really impressive smartwatch. Samsung eschewed the rectangular Gear S design for the more elegant round face in the Gear S2. It was also noticeably worked better with water, easily tackling rain drops and showers that would ha...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-28
The new Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch was officially launched in the US on the 2nd of October, 2015. However, eager Malaysian fans had to wait until the 27th of November before it hit our shores. Demand was so high that the first batch of 500 Gear S2 smartwa...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-16
Brilliant spinning bezel, Tizen is wicked fast, Best-in-class circular display, Two-day battery life
Fledgling app ecosystem, Proprietary watchband connector
The nascent smartwatch market has delivered a number of near-winners thus far. The Apple Watch and Microsoft Band, for example, are better-than-average fitness trackers and smart timepieces. The 2nd generation Moto 360 is impressive from an aesthetics sta...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-15
I've tested, and purchased, a lot of smartwatches and even though I wear one every day, I still believe no one really needs a smartwatch. That said, if you are looking for a watch that stands out from the rest then the Samsung Gear S2 3G is the one.As I m...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-09
I'm a huge fan of wearables, but continue to search out for the one device that can do it all. I have found great products for specific functions, such as the Polar V800 for running, Apple Watch for calls, apps, and motivating me to move, and the Pebble T...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-19
Smartwatch lovers would not have missed this: the Samsung Gear S2 is designed to look just like a normal roundface timepiece. And this time, Samsung has got it right in so many ways, while having a handful of misses too.The Gear S2 and S2 Classic can work...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-05
Samsung is a familiar name when it comes to smartwatches. They weren't the first to the table with such a device but they were the first big name to jump in the pool, and their presence was immediately felt throughout the niche but important market. Since...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-04
Smartwatches really only came onto the scene in a major way in the past two years — Google, Apple, and Samsung are all hoping it'll be the next big computing platform. Since then, we've seen lots of manufacturers try different strategies for strapping a c...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-30
Modern, genderneutral design, Rotating bezel is both cool and convenient, Good performance, responsive UI, Decent battery life, even with alwayson display enabled, Can store music and play it over Bluetooth, Optional 3G connectivity, Compatible with most...
Screen becomes somewhat unresponsive when wet, Proprietary wrist bands, standard 20mm ones are incompatible (does not apply to Gear S2 Classic), Selection of apps and watchfaces feels limited, Voice commands fail to work on rare occasions
Samsung is no stranger to making wearable gadgets. About two years ago, it brought us the Galaxy Gear, which was the company's first attempt at making a modern smartwatch. Then came the Gear 2, which filled many of the gaps its predecessor missed, all wh...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-26
When we took Samsung's first smartwatch flagship , we pinned the thing as a smartphone that tried to be everything it could on a chunky wrist lump. It did so much, maybe too much for a watch.The company took the reins of a fluorescent excitement around we...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-23
When you can do so much with your smartphone, it's easy to assume that your smartwatch needs to be equally capable in order to make it worthwhile on your wrist. Problem is, all those talents can turn the wearable experience into a confusing morass of tapp...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-23
Accessible and durable design, Premium version available for those who want it, at a price, Manageable size makes it suitable for most wrists, Unique input method with rotating bezel is useful, Battery life is quite impressive, Good display experience, Sm...
Limited application support is a let down, No auto brightness setting with the display
Samsung has been in the smartwatch game for a while now, long before the introduction of Android Wear even, though these earlier devices were compatible only with the company's flagship smartphones of the time. The only exception to this was Samsung's onl...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-19
The Gear S2 has an eye-catching design, a clever rotating bezel that's actually useful, beautiful display, solid health tracking and slightly better battery life than other high-end smartwatches. Plus, it works with a variety of Android phones
Fewer available apps or seamless connected services than Android Wear and Apple Watch, no speakerphone, S-Voice commands work, but not as well as they could, not compatible with iPhone
No one has really truly nailed the next great smartwatch.While the Apple Watch landed in April, Google's Android Wear smartwatches have already been around for more than a year.. Some of them look really nice. But they all run the same software underneath...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-19
Spinning bezel interface is brilliant, Solid battery life, Sleek, minimal looks, Works with non-Samsung phones
Limited app selection, S Voice is hit-or-miss, Vibrations feel a little weak
Samsung is learning. After a string of smartwatches that failed to became bestsellers, the Korean company decided to reshape its vision of wearables -- and I mean literally reshape. Its latest, the Gear S2, is a Tizen-powered watch that finally has a roun...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-13
Attractive design, Great display, Great interface
Proprietary strap mounts (on standard model), Limited third-party apps, Voice controls are slow and limited
A clinic on what a smartwatch should beWe figured out smartphones a long time ago. It's been nearly a decade since the iPhone hit the market, and now every one of the millions of smartphones sold each year is a variation of a rectangular slab of glass, pl...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-09
Sleek design. Nice display. Useful rotating bezel. Intuitive user interface. Good battery life.
Weak app selection. Spotty voice recognition. Pricey
Farwell, Android Wear. Hello, Tizen. Samsung's latest smartwatch abandons the Android Wear OS in favor of the company's homegrown Tizen OS, which proves to be a smart choice indeed. The Samsung Gear S2 ($299.99) has a user-friendly interface that's worlds...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-07
After making five smartwatches with either square or rectangular displays, Samsung now has a round-faced model that improves on its predecessors in other ways as well. Read on for Gizmag's review of the new Samsung Gear S2.The Gear S2 is so close to being...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-07
Beautiful, simple design, Comfortable, Excellent display and interface, Responsive, Full-featured, The bezel
Wish the back had more metal
It's finally happening. The smartwatch market is growing up. Manufacturers are learning from their own mistakes and those of others. They're listening to customers and paying attention to fashion and watch history. And with the arrival of Samsung's wholly...
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