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It's always fun seeing companies experiment with new styles, like the platinum-plated and 18-karat rose-gold plated versions of the Samsung Gear S2.

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All the watch specs remain the same, down to the rotating top ring you can use to navigate around.

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The metals enrobe a stainless steel body, but the leather band does get an upgrade.

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They also come with a few new digital watch face options.

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And lots of new straps.

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Lots and lots.

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They range from the colorful to sedate.

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Last gratuitous strap shot, but the gold link chain festooned with tiny crystals is worth a mention.

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Samsung's Gear S2 runs the company's own Tizen software.

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How it looks from the side.

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And posed near a pocket.

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The rose gold and platinum varieties side by side.

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Platinum close-up.

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The flipside of both styles has Samsung's heart-rate monitor.

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Here's one last look at the new styles in their display case. Read all about 'em in our Gear S2 hands-on from CES 2016.

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