Also Multi Vision: for group play
You join several Notes together for a massive screen
My Magazine, the HTC Blinkfeed redux, rolls out first in the US and then globally.
Multi Vision sounds great in theory, but in practice, isn't that a bit like the Kyocera Echo with its double screen? Nobody really likes that.
Head of the Think Tank team, Pranav Mistry is on stage
His role is to imagine what's next
Time for Samsung to get philosophical.
He thinks the future is Wearables
Looks like it comes in six colours
The design object was to make it comfortable and something out of Sci-Fi, says Mistry.
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It is crafted with stainless steel, but still lightweight
From the looks of it, Samsung thinks that Sci Fi is now.
"Ease of glancability" was a main goal.
A swipe on the screen takes you from one feature to another
"What we wear makes a statement about individual style." There are 6 colors in all.
Galaxy Gear is your instrument, your connection to the world of information, says Mistry.
The user interface leans on larger icons that resemble outlines.
"Galaxy Gear is tomorrow's state of the art. Gear is your instrument."
Gear connects to the Galaxy smart phone in your pocket. Notifications, call logs, contatcts are in sync and appear on the watch face
Smart relay: pushes email from your Galaxy Note to your Gear
Marketing video: You can get things done with just your voice and talk with a single touch.
I predict smartwatches are going to be the hot tech toy this holiday season.
When you receive a phone call, you raise your hand to your ear and talk.
First the world had to get used to watching people talk to themselves with a Bluetooth headset. Now we all have to walk around with spy watches to our faces.
S Voice is there, so you can use voice commands to call your firends
I'm not sue that this answer-by-scratching-your-ear gesture is an improvement.
Samsung has quietly worked on S Voice behind the scenes to improve it.
Gear's "most revolutionary feature" is its camera.
Memographer: a visual memo. Use the built in camera to capture a short video.
It's quicker than a camera, just swipe down to take a picture