For the new Gear S3, Samsung has determined to offer up two designs. There’s the more rugged Frontier for outdoor types that we have been screening out, and the Classic, which aims to be the more rich option of the two. Both still run on Samsung’s own Tizen behaving system and that rotating bezel makes a pleasant return.
Price when reviewed:$349
You’ll be able to pair it with a Samsung phone, most Android phones, and now it even really works with iPhones.
It’s also placing amenities like built-in GPS for sports activities monitoring and sending out SOS alerts, a speaker to make calls, Samsung Pay to, well, pay for stuff from your wrist, and a bigger battery.