Samsung Gear S2 Classic 18K Rose Gold and Platinum editions launched in India for Rs. 34900

Samsung launched the the Gear S2 and Gear S2 classic in India earlier this year. Today the company has launched two new premium variants of the Gear S2 Classic, one encased in 18K Rose Gold and another in Platinum and also the Gear S2 smartwatch in White color in the country. As we already know, the Gear S2 Classic has a 1.2-inch ( 360×360 pixels) Circular Super AMOLED displays, rotating bezel and run on Tizen based wearable platform.


It has Home and Back buttons to access notifications and applications easily, comes with IP67 certification for dust and water resistant, connects to the devices using Bluetooth 4.1 LE and has NFC support for mobile payments.

Samsung Gear S2 classic Specifications

  • 1.2-inch (360×360 pixels) Circular Super AMOLED display, 302 ppi
  • 1 GHz Dual-Core Exynos 3250 processor
  • 512MB RAM, 4GB internal memory
  • Tizen based wearable platform
  • IP67 Certified Dust and Water Resistant
  • WiFi: 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Heart Rate, Ambient Light, Barometer
  • 250mAh Li-ion battery

The new Samsung Gear S2 classic  in Rose Gold case with an Ivory Genuine Leather Band and Platinum case with a Black Genuine Leather Band are priced at Rs. 34,900, each and the Gear S2 White is priced at Rs. 24,300. Check out our hands-on impressions from the CES 2016.

Commenting on the launch, Manu Sharma, Director, Mobile Business, Samsung India Electronics, said:

Gear S2 is a sleek and smart wearable that enable users to augment and personalise their mobile experience and lifestyle. The introduction of these new variants with additional apps and watch faces will further add to the style and convenience quotient. Samsung Gear S2 is a true testimony to our commitment to provide breakthrough technology to make lives of our consumers richer.

Author: Srivatsan Sridhar

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