Samsung Rumored To Unveil Gear A Smartwatch With Samsung Pay Support On August 13

By Vijaykumar Meti

Samsung has already sent out invites for its 'Unpacked' event on August 13, where it is expected to announce the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.

Samsung Rumored To Unveil Gear A Smartwatch With Samsung Pay Support

Now a new report by Wall Street Journal, the South Korean smartphone giant may also unveil the Galaxy A smartphone along with two smartphone at the same event.

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The report further claims that, Samsung will unveil the much awaited Orbis smartwatch featuring the Samsung Pay. However, earlier reports also hinted that the company to launch a smartwatch with the possibility featuring the Samsung Pay.

The Gear A aka Orbis is said to support 3G and calling functionalities. Furthermore, the smartwatch will also be equipped with rotating bezel around the display that will be used to scroll through lists or adjust certain settings.

Samsung Rumored To Unveil Gear A Smartwatch With Samsung Pay Support

There were many leaks that the Gear A will sport a rounded dial Super AMOLED display at 360x360 pixels resolution. It will be powered by a Exynos 3472 SoC with 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 450MHz ARM Mali-400 MP4 GPU and runs on Tizen OS.

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Furthermore, it will come with 4GB of internal storage, 786MB of RAM and for connectivity it comes with Bluetooth 4.1, GPS, accelerometer, gyro, barometer, heart rate monitor, WiFi 802.11n and backed with 250mAh battery.


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