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Apple Watch 2016 vs Samsung Gear 2: Which one is the best

Apple Watch 2016 vs Samsung Gear 2: Which one is the best

Apple Watch 2016 vs Samsung Gear 2: Which one is the best

Washington: Apple Watch is already beating major watch brands in many parts of the world. Within a short period of time Apple Watch has made its mark and is all set to become another money spinner as iPhones.

The trendy and beautiful watches that can put a huge hole in your packet and may impact your finances are selling like hotcakes in the market.

Nonetheless the Watch from Cupertino based tech giant may face tough competition from Korean tech giant Samsung’s Gear 2.apple watch

When it comes to specifications and features, both the watches come with load of features and great specs. Apple Watch comes in two size variants of 33.3*38.6*10.5mm and 35.9x42x10.5mm, while the Samsung Gear 2 is available in three model variants: The S2, The S2 Classic and the S3G. The S2 variant measures 50x42x11.4mm, the S2 Classic version 44x40x11.4mm and lastly, the 3G version measures 51.8x44x13.4mm.

If that was not impressive enough for you, the Cupertino based tech giant’s Watch has got a new pressure sensitive screen with different amounts of force, gestures and angles, all resulting from different reaction of the watch. The watch comes in two-sized AMOLED display variants of 1.32-inch and 1.5-inch. The touch feature also comes in handy for some applications. The Apple Watch display features resolution of 272*340 pixels at 326 ppi and 312*390 pixels at 326 ppi.

On the other hand all three variants of the Samsung Gear S2 have a display size of 1.2-inch, which supports a resolution of 360*360 pixels at 302 ppi. Both these smartwatches are supported only by some specific type of smartphones. For example, the Apple Watch is only supported by iOS running smartphones. On the other hand, Samsung is planning to bring support for iOS smartphones for its smartwatches, but these devices are currently supported only by smartphones that run on Android OS.

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