LG Watch R and Samsung Gear G S: Two Ways of Understanding The Smartwatch

They are compatriots and rivals, though in the background Samsung and LG are complementary and need in a market as complicated as the consumer electronics, where both are authentic Giants.

Their strategies tend to be similar, not in vain is the market who often set the pace, as happened in this 2014 with the wearables. However, If they differ in philosophy, and it is that Samsung and LG knows that to get different results can do always the same.

So as we have known the LG G Watch r and Samsung Gear S, the two new stakes of the two signature Korean for the market of smart watches.

Both manufacturers released Android Wear their Watch and Gear Live g, and both they are again at the same time committed to introduce new devices you know with detail next week at the IFA fair in Berlin.

The market, still immature smartwatch

It is no secret that smart watches have come to stay, and we feel privileged to attend in the first row to the birth of a new market, its settlement and – now – its growth.

Samsung Gear S supposed to Samsung the third iteration of its watches in less than two years, ignoring clear is the Gear Live, a near twin of Gear 2 released to put your grain of sand between the Android Wear.

For LG, G Watch R will be your second raid in little more than three months After G Watch, the first watch that we officially met with Android Wear, operating system that repeated giving life to the new creation of LG.

The smartwatch market is still immature many factors indicate it, but the main is perhaps the urgency to launch updates and new devices that most users still can attract. However, more notable are the differences between each manufacturer bets, and it is that no one knows for sure yet what is thus requiring a smartwatch market.

Is why they all have their way of understanding the smart watch, and although it has been established that its use as a Notifier and quantifier is a standard, the philosophy of each is evident in designs.

Samsung and LG, two philosophies to storm a rising market

Samsung was a pioneer in launching a clock as the Galaxy Gear, device that served little more than to plumb a new market in which the priorities were not even defined, and where only Pebble had gotten a relevant success with its simplicity and functionality.

Then they came over, but until the last Mobile World Congress the most not us we took seriously this type of devices. The great fair of telecommunications served as presentation of an infinity of wearables, and the subsequent official arrival of Android Wear has finally definitely encourage market.

Everyone expects impatient bike 360, the first smart watch that bet on a more classic and care design, and not only because of the excessive functionality that Samsung has sought to integrate up to cameras.

That is what has been LG, which has wanted to put on the market a more classical piece, with circular screen and traditional design, which improve the hardware also but without forgetting that a clock continues to be that, a clock that we will always be on the wrist.

In addition, LG bets again for Android Wear, and is has not left the clock line Notifier and quantifier, integrating heart rate monitor, barometer, gyroscope, accelerometer and digital compass.

This commitment to design contrasts with the of Samsung, which has sought to improve their Gear 2 but not much vary the design line, with square screen and hardware continuity, but by independent first the smartwatch.

This is thanks to the 3G connectivity and SIM port included in the Gear S, which has finally confirmed the rumors. In addition, Samsung makes grow screen up to 2 inches and a curved design gives more attractive, without forgetting the integration of S Health and the compendium of sensors that also has integrated LG.

There will still more surprises be between the smartwatches?

It is very likely that any, and is not even we know all the details of the bike 360, the most anticipated of all of them. ASUS also has confirmed your Smart Watch, and Samsung and LG already have announced these two devices that will officially be announced at IFA.

That may appear more is simply a certainty, and it is that Sony did not speak of smartwatches this year, curious considering that its Sony SmartWatch was the first to conocimos more than two years ago.

We will see gambling and where they want to position themselves to each, but It is clear that in the wearable market, there is still much to tell and much firewood to be cut.

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