Since the early April when market was overflowed with the rumours of a possible Samsung smart-watch which won’t need any smart-phone for connectivity. The alleged Samsung Gear Solo (or Gear 2 Solo) presumed to be a reasonable enough device for Samsung to showcase.At present, the device looks to be an official one as confirmed in a new report from The Wall Street Journal.
The Journal didn’t come up with the name “Solo”, but as the report claims, Samsung is working on a standalone smart-watch running Tizen which will be capable enough to place and receive calls, moreover send an email, and you don’t need to tether it to a smart-phone. There is a possibility that it won’t be called “Solo” .It will be part of the Tizen-powered Samsung Gear line-up, rather than the Android-powered brand like Galaxy Gear. The gadget will have other utilities like that we’ve experienced in the Gear line including Bluetooth, GPS, a heart rate monitor, and a camera.
Apparently, Samsung has already a discussion going on with wireless-carriers in the South Korea, US, and Europe to promote the device to market. Samsung is strategizing to publicize the gadget in either June or July with a release probable for upcoming the summer. As far as price and specification is concerned there is not yet any declaration from their side.
WSJ agrees with arrival of standalone Samsung smartwatch