Carriers Reveal Samsung Gear S2 Pricing

October 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung’s latest Gear S2, powered by Tizen OS, now comes with network support. Picking the device up, the network carriers in the US have now joined forces to come up with the pricing for the upcoming smartwatch.

T-Mobile and Verizon have presented the complete listing of the Gear S2 smartwatch online.

The T-Mobile powered version arrives at a cost of $360, which you can also opt for as a monthly plan of $15 a month.


The network plan for the smartwatch is priced at $5 per month. There’s no pre-order available with T-Mobile network, and you can get it from the physical stores once it arrives on November 15.

On the other hand, Verizon is providing early access to Gear S2 by bringing it to the outlets by November 6.

There’s also a pre-order option available. The carrier charge remains the same on Verizon, while the Gear S2 initial payment stands at $350, or $300 if you are switching to a two-year contract.

Both T-Mobile and Verizon offer the two color variants that are currently available for Gear S2; Dark Gray and Silver.

Gear S2 packs a 1.2-inch display with a pixel density of 302ppi. Around the display is a rotating bezel which hands you controls over the in-app contents.

Samsung has also decided to go broadly in-house with the inclusion of Exynos chipset, also replacing Android Wear with Tizen OS. It still would offer support for all Android devices that run Android 4.4 and above, with at least 1.5GB of RAM in it.

Checkout the new Dial In video launched by Samsung to know more of the features it brings.

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