Besides the Galaxy Note 4, Samsung has also announced the availability of the Gear S. The Gear S basically is a Tizen wearable device, it has a 2" Super AMOLED display with 360 x 480 resolution.
It is powered by 1 GHz dual-core processor with 512 MB RAM. The device comes with 4 GB internal storage, and it is non-expandable.
By the way, the Gear S is actually using curved screen, which comes with smooth scrolling experience. The interface is quite lagging though, but you can't expect much on the device on your wrist.
The Gear S is also a 3G-enabled wearable device, which means you are able to make a phone call and send text messages without pairing with other a smartphone or tablet. It comes with QWERTY keyboard, so you'll get full typing experience.
It comes with health and fitness tracking apps like S Health and Nike+ Running. These apps are worked because it features a ton of sensors such as accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, heart rate, ambient light, UV and barometer. Juicing up the device is a 300 mAh battery, which is able to last for 2 days typical usage.
You can also play music using the Gear S, but it will be undone without the Gear Circle. The Gear Circle is a earphones that you need to pairs with the watch in order to enjoy music.
The Gear Circle is priced at RM 299, while the Gear S will be available in Malaysia next month for RM 1,099.