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Samsung Gear Live

Samsung is no stranger to wearable gadgets. Its latest, the Gear Live smartwatch, was introduced at Google I/O 2014.

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Samsung Gear Live

The Samsung Gear Live smartwatch is about the size of a regular wristwatch.

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Samsung Gear Live

Unlike a regular watch, but just like the Tizen-run Samsung Gear 2, the Gear Live has a heart-rate sensor on the back.

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Samsung Gear Live

On the front, the Gear Live sports a square 1.63-inch Super AMOLED screen with a 320x320-pixel resolution. On the inside, it's powered by a 1.2GHz processor.

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Samsung Gear Live

The gadget measures 1.5 inches tall by 2.2 inches wide by 0.35 inch thick (38 by 56 by 8.9 millimeters), and weighs 2.1 ounces (59 grams).

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Samsung Gear Live

Its IP67 rating means the Samsung Gear Live is resistant to dust and to underwater submersion for up to 3-feet (1-meter) and 30 minutes. As Google says, you can wear it and go about your day as you wish, washing dishes, cooking, cleaning the car, and so on.

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The display shows plenty of color.

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You can choose to see a traditional clock interface.

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It's a smaller touchscreen than you're accustomed to using on a smartphone, but it should give you enough room.

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The Gear Live has a heart-rate monitor.

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Catch the scores of your favorite sports teams.

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As you'd expect, you can sync the Gear Live with your favorite Samsung smartphone.

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There's a port on the Gear Live's side for connecting the charger.

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The Gear Live supports Google Now.

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The digital interface has large numbers.

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Samsung Gear Live

People in the US, UK and Australia can now preorder the Samsung Gear Live from the Google Play Store for $200, £169 or AU$250. It ships on July 7.

For more Google I/O news click here.

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