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Samsung’s next smartwatch will be able to replace your Galaxy S5 or iPhone

23
May
2014

One of the many problems with Samsung’s first Galaxy Gear, apparently, was that it wasn’t a standalone device and really required you to tether it to a Samsung smartphone for it to be at all useful. However, The Wall Street Journal now reports that Samsung will be releasing a standalone smartwatch this summer that will be perfectly capable of functioning on its own without a smartphone. This means that you’ll be able to make and receive calls, send emails and take pictures all by itself without any help from a Galaxy S5 or Galaxy Note 3. The Journal’s sources say that Samsung is “in talks with telecom carriers in the U.S., South Korea and Europe about the watch-phone, and hopes

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