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Samsung Gear Live

Samsung Gear Live

Samsung Gear Live

Samsung Gear Live

Samsung Gear Live

Samsung Gear Live

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

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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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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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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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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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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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