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I have a Samsung Galaxy S4. I am looking for a smartwatch to buy. I don't really want anything big or heavy. I also don't want a "phone on wrist" type of watch. I just want something that I can check messages, answer phone calls, listen to music, and small thing like that. I really don't want to spend more than $200 on one. I am considering a Samsung Gear 2 Neo (because I don't need a camera). I need some opinions. If you own a Gear 2 Neo, feel free to tell about your experience.cutting edge technologies
The first time we compared the best smartwatches money can buy, wearables were a novelty category – barely blips on the public radar. Today smartwatches still aren't an essential product, but more people own them than ever and just about everyone is at least aware of their existence. Let's break down the best smartwatches of 2015, feature by feature.Latestone.com smartwatches we chose for this year's comparison guide Huawei Watch, Apple Watch,Samsung Gear S2 (and Gear S2 Classic),Motorola Moto 360 (2nd generation),Pebble Time Round,LG Watch Urbane.
After the smartphones, now we have smart watch. The watches are compatible with any Bluetooth. However, using these watched can be confusing. Yet, working out the ways to set the watch up and get it attached to your smartphone can be an easy task.To get the watch connected to your smartphone you need to install LiveWare on your phone. You can install the smart connector from Google play as well which will serve the purpose. In case the application is installed already, you need to pair your watch with phone by using the Bluetooth device.