Since the early April when market was overflowed with the rumours of a possible Samsung smart-watch which won’t need any smart-phone for connectivity. The alleged Samsung Gear Solo (or Gear 2 Solo) presumed to be a reasonable enough device for Samsung to showcase.At present, the device looks to be an official one as confirmed in a new report from The Wall Street Journal.
The Journal didn’t come up with the name “Solo”, but as the report claims, Samsung is working on a standalone smart-watch running Tizen which will be capable enough to place and receive calls, moreover send an email, and you don’t need to tether it to a smart-phone. There is a possibility that it won’t be called “Solo” .It will be part of the Tizen-powered Samsung Gear line-up, rather than the Android-powered brand like Galaxy Gear. The gadget will have other utilities like that we’ve experienced in the Gear line including Bluetooth, GPS, a heart rate monitor, and a camera.
Apparently, Samsung has already a discussion going on with wireless-carriers in the South Korea, US, and Europe to promote the device to market. Samsung is strategizing to publicize the gadget in either June or July with a release probable for upcoming the summer. As far as price and specification is concerned there is not yet any declaration from their side.