Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 Hinted to Launch at CES 2014

Looks like we might see a lot of wearable computing devices in different form factor in the upcoming days.

Tech vendors like Google and Samsung did manage to create noise in the wearable device market in 2013.

Although it's too early to say who will win the race. It is largely believed that 2014 could be the year of wearable devices.

With players like Samsung, Sony, Apple expected to launch their respective wearable computing devices; the market for smart watches will further expand making room for many small time payers seeking to make big.

Samsung, an undisputable name in the handset business, is expected to announce second-generation Galaxy Gear sooner than expected.

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Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 Hinted to Launch at CES 2014

Since the wearable market is in its nascent stage, the original Galaxy Gear wasn't that incremental.

Now it seems that the South Korean giant will likely to announce a better packaged Galaxy Gear at the CES next week.

According to a tweet from Samsung Mobile UK, the Galaxy Gear 2 is all set to be unveiled very soon. The company also put a question, alongside a picture "What do you want Samsung to unveil in 2014 ".

Further, the tweet reveals an image that shows off the Galaxy Gear on the left hand, and a blank space with a "what next? ". This again proves that the second gen Galaxy Gear or may be a wearable band, is surely coming in near future.

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The question that really matters to most users is: when can we expect to see the real Samsung Galaxy Gear 2?

Samsung hasn't indicated any particular release date, so expect the Galaxy Gear 2 to be introduced at the CES next week or alongside the Galaxy S5 launch, in February 2014. Keeping guessing till the end!

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