Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Smartwatch

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The Samsung Gear S3 Smartwatch was originally revealed at IFA 2016 and began its global rollout from November of the same year, with South Korea, UK, US, Australia, France, Germany, Dubai and Singapore being the first to receive the Tizen flagship device.The S3 has a larger display of 1.3″ compared to the 1.2″ of the previous years Gear S2 smartwatch, but it still retained the same 360 x 360 resolution. The S3 has a larger display of 1.3″ compared to the 1.2″ of the previous years Gear S2 smartwatch, but it still retained the same 360 x 360 resolution as well as the IP68 water and dust resistance certification.

Under the hood, we have a dual-core Exynos 7270 processor clocked at 1.0Ghz with a Mali-T720 GPU. For main memory, we have 768MB with 4GB storage for your pictures and music. On the sensor from it seems to have everything: Accelerometer,Barometer,Gyro Sensor,HR Sensor,Light Sensor. The watch can handle Samsung Pay NFC transactions as well as MST for older terminals. Samsung is hoping this combination will provide it the edge against the competition; Apple Pay and Android Pay.

Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Full Specifications

General Information
Model name Gear S3 Frontier
Model Number SM-R760
Model type Wearable
Color Black
Announced 2016, August
Released 2016, November
Physical Specifications
Dimensions 49 x 46 x 12.9mm
Weight 63g
IP Rating IP 68 : Totally protected against dust, Protected against the effect of immersion to 1.5m for up to 30 minutes.
Operating System
Operating System Tizen Wearable Platform 2.3.2
Network/Bearer  –
SIM  –
WiFi Only No
SIM card size  –
Network  –
2G GSM  –
3G UMTS  –
4G LTE  –
Display
Technology (Main Display) Super AMOLED
Size (Main Display) Circular 1.3″, 360×360, 16M, ~278 PPI
Gorilla Glass SR+
Processor
Type Exynos 7270
Clock Speed 1.0 GHz
Cores 2 Cores (Dual-Core)
GPU Mali -T720
Memory
RAM Size (GB) 768MB
ROM Size (GB) 4GB
External storage Support
Sensors
Sensors Accelerometer,Barometer,Gyro Sensor,HR Sensor,Light Sensor
Additional features MST technology (Samsung Pay), S-Voice Loudspeaker
Audio and Video
Video Playing Format  –
Video Playing Resolution  –
Audio Playing Format MP3,M4A,3GA,AAC,OGG,OGA,WAV,WMA,AMR,AWB
Connectivity
ANT+ No
USB Version  –
Location Technology GPS, GLONASS
Headphone Socket  –
MHL No
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz
Wi-Fi Direct No
DLNA Support No
NFC Yes
Bluetooth Version Version 4.2
Bluetooth Profiles A2DP,AVRCP,HFP,HSP
PC Sync.  –
Battery
Standard Battery Capacity 380mAh
Removable No
Fast charging No
Talk time
Stand-by Time Up to 72h
SAR Information
Head SAR 0.071 W/Kg
Body SAR 0.265 W/Kg

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