New will.i.am wearable looks like a smartwatch you would have bought in 2013
The wearable also sees the return of AneedA, Puls' voice-controlled personal assistant that was about the only functional aspect in the flawed $399 creation. It will let give you a degree of hands-free control and it comes with the ability to learn the user's usage patterns and tailor its responses accordingly.
aneeda a break!In addition, The Dial features free music streaming powered by 7Digital, letting you tune in to over 20 million tracks. There's no extra subscription, no trial period, and streaming traffic gets written off. Good game!
The Dial will be sold by UK carrier Three on a monthly instalment plan, which means owners will have to sign a second contract to use the wearable. Put next the smorgasbord of prettier and more functional Android Wear, Tizen, and the Apple Watch that are available contract-free, The Dial doesn't appear convincing.
*Seriously, the original Galaxy Gear is nowhere to be seen on Samsung's wearables website nowadays. We checked!