A Samsung smartwatch with a screen that measures in at 13 inches and a water resistance rating of 50 meters is available for $349.
The watch also sports a 1,500mAh battery and a wide range of customizable features, including a voice control feature, and its built-in camera can record video.
But the watch is just one example of a number of Samsung devices that offer the kind of functionality that you might expect from a Samsung smart device.
In fact, you’ll find a number similar to those above, with the caveat that they aren’t necessarily available at all price points.
For example, the LG G Watch R costs $299, while the Samsung Galaxy Gear is $299 with a 3,000mAh battery.
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear, which was unveiled last year, was also the first smartwatch to have waterproofing built into the display.
But for the most part, Samsung smartwatches are built to perform well when paired with other Android devices and the company has a long history of making the devices available to users in a variety of price points and colors.
There’s also the matter of availability, which can be tricky.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8+ were both released in the U.S. in early 2016, but they were released months apart, and Samsung hasn’t been actively selling them in the United States since late 2017.
The Gear 2, on the other hand, is currently available in the US for $299.
Samsung has said it is considering making the Gear 2 and the Galaxy Gear available in Australia and other countries, but that plan has not yet been finalized.
If Samsung does decide to make its smartwatch available in a more widespread fashion, it will likely be a new device, rather than a new product.
There are also some additional costs to consider when shopping for a smartwatch, including the additional time and energy needed to make it, the potential for accidental or malicious interference, and the risk of battery drain.
So how do you know if you’re getting the right device?
First, you have to take a closer look at the price.
Most smartwares offer some sort of “skinny” pricing, with a lower price tag if you opt for the “premium” version.
But Samsung’s smartwatch doesn’t come with any such skin, and it also doesn’t have the additional storage option that you’ll get with the Gear or the Galaxy Note models.
The company’s Gear 2 model costs $349, while its Gear 2+ model is $399.
For most people, that price tag will make sense, and even for the high-end of the smartwatch spectrum, the Samsung Gear 2 is a reasonable option.
It’s not as cheap as other smartwands, but it’s not so pricey that you’d consider purchasing it.
If you’re buying a smart watch, you also have to consider the warranty.
Most of the Samsung devices we’ve reviewed offer a two-year warranty, and a few, including Samsung’s Note 8, offer a three-year model.
But unlike some of the devices on the list, there are some Samsung smartwaists with a one-year option.
You might not have to worry about any kind of hardware or software issues while you’re using these devices, but if something does go wrong, Samsung will most likely be able to help you with a replacement.
The fact that the Samsungs are offered at a price point that’s below the rest of the market doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to get a good value.
If anything, you might find that you’re spending a lot more for a Samsung device, and in many cases, you’re paying for a device that is less than what you would pay for a standard smartwatch.
If this is the case, you should consider what kind of device you’re looking for, and whether you’re comfortable spending more than you should on a standard Smartwatch.