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  Reply # 1036114 3-May-2014 18:25
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should have looked a bit further they have a plethora of clock faces available, too many choices by far

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  Reply # 1042785 13-May-2014 09:13
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Gear Fit Manager updated this morning, as updated the Fit firmware. No idea on what's changed though, but if you want to compare:

Gear Fit Manager version: 1.55.0428
Gear Fit Software version: R350XXU0BNDC

No idea what they were before.


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  Reply # 1091859 18-Jul-2014 23:46
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Am awaiting arrival of my Gear Live :D

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  Reply # 1097814 29-Jul-2014 12:06
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Gear live has arrived... looks very nice, is comparable to the Gear 2 / Neo in size / looks / weight

Early impressions are that it's very nice build-wise, but of course, a lot bulkier than the Gear Fit. The android system has a lot more apps going for it, but it relies more on voice commands, which I don't see myself using very much. I'll trial it over the next few weeks and compare it to how much I like the Fit, and decide which one to keep. They both have pros and cons, but early points go to the Fit. I'm sure the Live will improve greatly over time, given the endless possibilities that Android gives it, over Samsung's proprietary RTOS that the Fit uses.

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  Reply # 1311878 26-May-2015 10:56
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anyone here have a go at the new Gear solo? I like the look of the curved display. Wanting to know if anyone else has one

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