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While the South Korean tech giant is busy preparing for the September 3rd unveiling of the Galaxy Note 4 smartphone at the IFA 2014 trade fair, rumors regarding the next generation of the Gear smartphone from Samsung has entered the webosphere already.
According to PocketNow, sources close to them said that the Gear 3 would come with a curved display, pretty much like the one we saw in the Gear Fit from Samsung earlier this year. Obviously, it will employ a Super AMOLED display with "impressive brightness and color saturation."
One of the downsides the smartwatch would be the lack of camera in the Gear 3, according to the latest report. It is said the Gear 3 might sport a radio for cellular connectivity, though it isn't clear if this will have any effect on the rumored Gear Solo's launch.
Surprising enough, also other rumors pertaining to the device's availability has arrived suggesting that the Gear 3 would be unveiled sometime in September itself. This is highly unexpected as the device has just come to the rumors and would also take at least a months time to test and mass produce as well. As always, everything should be taken with a pinch of salt.
But there are fair chances of Samsung announcing the independent smartwatch - the Gear Solo at the IFA 2014 event as the device was heavily rumored to launch at the said time and date.
So far, if you are wondering about Samsung's wearable device's portfolio, the market has already seen he advent of the Galaxy Gear, Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, Gear Fit, and the recently Gear Live.
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