Samsung’s next smartwatch could continue trend of mediocre batteries
Or it could be amazing? Only time will tell
One of the essential continuous issues with smartwatches? Battery life, and it would seem that the new Samsung Orbis – or Gear An, its other known moniker – will be a two-day contraption too judging from the most recent breaks.
SamMobile has been caught up with burrowing for signs and the site’s most recent finds incorporate 1.2GHz Exynos 3472 double center processor. There will likewise purportedly be a Mali400 MP4 GPU, 768 MB of RAM, 4GB of on-board stockpiling and a 250mAh battery, which is really not exactly the Moto 360’s 320mAh however more than the Apple Watch’s 205mAh.
The watch will likewise purportedly have GPS, accelerometer, gyro, gauge and heart rate sensors, and will run Tizen with another client interface intended for the reputed roundabout screen.
The pivoting bezel was beforehand reported as another element we can anticipate utilizing on Samsung’s new pursuit into smartwatches.
There’s still no official word from Samsung on when we can hope to see the wearable, however an IFA 2015 divulging bodes well.