Samsung’s smart watch is on track to launch in the second half of this year.
According to the South Korean tech giant, its watch will retail for around $349, but it will also include an automatic battery charging feature that can be used to recharge a smartwatch in about 30 minutes.
The company is planning to release the Samsung Smartwatch with Fossil watches in the first quarter of 2018.
The device will be available in two different colours, silver and gold, and the price will be around $300.
It will also have the ability to send text messages and receive emails.
The smart watch will be able to show weather information, automatically set alarms, check how many miles are left on your phone, and even display your health information, according to Samsung.
It will feature the Samsung Health app that offers access to fitness information and will also let users sync their data between the watch and the smartphone.
Samsung is also expected to release a companion app for the watch, which will let users track the time, calories burned, and sleep.
The watch will also come with a waterproof case and a battery life indicator, according the report.
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