Samsung Gear Sport Price in Singapore & Specifications

Wearables such as fitness trackers and smartwatches have become a trend as they provide more functions apart from telling the time. Samsung has also introduced its own line of smartwatches and the Gear Sport is the latest addition to the line-up. Blending style and functionality, the Gear Sport seems to be on its way to become a big hit amongst Singaporean wearable-tech aficionados. Find out more about the Samsung Gear Sport in Singapore below.

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Wearables such as fitness trackers and smartwatches have become a trend as they provide more functions apart from telling the time. Samsung has also introduced its own line of smartwatches and the Gear Sport is the latest addition to the line-up. Blending style and functionality, the Gear Sport seems to be on its way to become a big hit amongst Singaporean wearable-tech aficionados. Find out more about the Samsung Gear Sport in Singapore below.

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Cheapest Samsung Gear Sport Price in Singapore is S$ 276.00

The Samsung Gear Sport is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Samsung Gear Sport price in Singapore is S$ 276.00 from Lazada. You can also choose between different Samsung Gear Sport variants with Blue starting from S$ 319.00 and Black at S$ 364.94. Samsung Gear Sport price details are updated July 2019.

Samsung Gear Sport Price Guide

Price List by Country for Samsung Gear Sport

Country International Price Price in SGD
Hong Kong HKD 2,482.94 S$ 431.00
Indonesia IDR 2.374.050 S$ 231.00
Malaysia MYR 850.00 S$ 280.00
Philippines PHP 11,120.00 S$ 296.00
Singapore SGD 276.00 S$ 276.00
Thailand THB 6,500 S$ 286.00
Vietnam VND 4.990.000 S$ 292.00

Samsung Gear Sport Price in Singapore by Variants

Variants Price Store
Samsung Gear Sport Black S$ 364.94 Amazon
Samsung Gear Sport Blue S$ 319.00 Qoo10

Samsung Gear Sport Specs

Display
Display Size 1.2"
Display Resolution 360 x 360pixels
Always-on Display Yes
Display Type Super AMOLED
Multi-touch Yes
Pixel Density 424ppi
Operating System
iOS Compatibility Yes
Android Compatibility Yes
Operation System Tizen
Windows Phone Compatibility No
Body
Housing Material Rubber
Dimensions (W x H x D) 44.6 x 42.9 x 11.6mm
Weight 67g
Housing Shape Rectangular
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Silicone
Removable Strap Yes
Memory
RAM 768MB
Memory Card Slot No
Internal Storage 4GB
Launch
Release Year 2017
Functions
Messaging Yes
Heart Rate Yes
Pedometer No
Sleep Tracker No
Stopwatch No
Music Player No
Radio No
Features
Shockproof Yes
Water Resistant Yes
Dustproof No
Scratchproof No
Built-in Microphone No
SIM Card Slot No
Connectivity
Wi-Fi Yes
Bluetooth Yes
NFC Yes
USB No
GPS Yes
Cellular Yes
Platform
Processor Exynos
Processor Speed 1.0GHz
Processor Core Single Core
Camera
Built-in Camera No
Battery
Battery Capacity 300mAh
Battery Life 48h

Samsung Gear Sport Singapore – Combining Style with Fitness into a Single Device

Over the years, the Samsung brand has become synonymous with innovative tech, introducing a slew of products equipped with cutting-edge technologies. This time around, the South Korean brand has introduced a new smartwatch to strengthen its current line-up of wearables, known as the Gear Sport. Most smartwatches today tend to be aimed at offering either a stylish design or functionality, but Samsung has done a good job combining both elements together with the Gear Sport. Below is a rundown of the smartwatch’s features:

Design and Build Quality

In terms of design, the Gear Sports smartwatch seems to have inherited the good looks of its predecessors. It comes in blue and black, which makes it easier to match your sports apparels with. Like many smartwatches on the market, the Gear Sport enables you to change its strap for different situations. For example, you can go for a silicone one when hitting the gym but switch to a leather one if you are going on a dinner date.

Build-wise, Samsung claims that the watch has military-grade durability which is important to ensure that it can withstand extreme weather conditions. It also comes with a 50-meter waterproof rating which is a plus point for swimmers and water sports enthusiasts out there. Apart from the touchscreen, the Gear Sport also provides a rotating bezel as well as buttons on the side for wearers to interact with the watch. This is a good move by Samsung as it allows for better interaction, especially when your hands are gloved or sweaty.

Display

Samsung products have always been known for their immersive displays; the Gear Sport is no different. It comes with a Super AMOLED 360 x 360p resolution display panel with 302ppi that provides excellent contrast and colours. The viewing angles are impressive as well. The screen offers sufficient brightness to remain legible at night as well as outdoors on a bright sunny day.

Internal Specs

Although the Gear Sport is equipped with the same internals as previous models, there is nothing to complain about. Samsung has settled for a 16Hz dual-core processor with 768MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage for the Gear Sport. This combination of specs translates to a smooth performance overall as all the data are handled with ease.

Functions

Samsung has packed an impressive number of features into the Gear Sport. The smartwatch comes with NFC, GPS, an accelerometer, barometer, gyro, and an ambient light sensor. Although uncommon on smartwatches, the addition of NFC means that the watch can be used to pay for your purchases via Samsung Pay. Other functions include a heart rate monitor, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity, offline Spotify streaming, a wide array of health and fitness apps, and the usual smartwatch functions such as music control and notifications.

Battery Life

The Gear Sport is equipped with a 3,000mAh battery that can last up to three days on average usage. Keeping the GPS on will see the battery life drain significantly so do keep in mind to switch it off when you are not in need of it. The smartwatch also supports wireless charging, so you can just simply pop it onto the supplied charging port to recharge it.

Reviews of Samsung Gear Sport

hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2018-01-22
The Gear Sport is Samsung's latest smartwatch. Despite its name, it's not only for fitness enthusiasts. The Gear Sport is smaller, thinner and lighter than the Gear S3, which makes it an airier smartwatch to wear. That lightness comes from shaving a coup...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-11
The Gear Sport is the only smartwatch Samsung is releasing this year, after launching two Gear S3 models last year.Unlike the 46mm case and 1.3-inch display of the Gear S3 frontier and classic models, the Gear Sport features a smaller 42mm stainless steel...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2018-03-11
battery life, Many guided workouts/multi-week routines with Samsung Health's Programs, Spotify Premium users can save playlists for offline listening, Works on Android and iOS devices, Gear mobile app organizes device settings and fun customizations well...
Sleep tracking can be finicky, Samsung Health doesn't integrate with Google Fit or Apple Health, Limited number of useful Gear apps, No LTE support
Despite recent watchOS dominance, Samsung hasn't given up on Tizen. The OEM's wearable operating system continues to power a bunch of devices made exclusively by Samsung, including the $249 (originally $299) Gear Sport. Introduced last year, the Gear Spo...
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hitechcentury.com
Reviewed on 2018-02-15
50 metres water resistance, slick design, user interface and controls are still one of the best in the business, superb AMOLED display,
Needs more storage, no built-in speaker
The Gear Sport inherits design aspects from last year's Gear S3 Frontier and Classic while adding some welcome extras. It eschews the chunky, masculine design of the Frontier along with its larger rotateable bezel and scales it down a notch with a slimmer...
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musicphotolife.com
Reviewed on 2018-01-22
Samsung Gear wearables received model updates across the board. Gear IconX has a 2018 version, Gear Fit2 has a Pro version, and Gear S3 smartwatch has a Sport version.In a nutshell, the Fit2 Pro is like the Fit2 in design and size. The strap now comes in...
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techaeris.com
Reviewed on 2018-01-22
Sporty design, Comfortable fit, Bright, responsive screen, Great fitness tracking options and accuracy, Plenty of other apps for normal smartwatch use, Onboard storage for music, Decent battery life, Waterproof to 50M, Onboard GPS
Requires multiple apps installed on some smartphones, Some apps only work if associated app installed on smartphone, Some apps only show last message if sent from same person
Smartwatches have been around for a few years now but have still been slow to gain the traction I'm sure companies would like to see. There are a number of reasons for this from battery life to functionality and compatibility. Our Samsung Gear Sport revie...
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techgearlab.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-28
Smaller than the S3, waterproof, great for fitness tracking,
No built-in speaker, reduced set of smart functions
The Gear Sport finished near the top of the pack, right behind the Apple Watch Series 2 and above the Huawei Watch 2. The Gear Sport is a little better at tracking fitness and has a better battery life than the Apple Watch, but falls short when it comes...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-14
Bright and beautiful display, Comfortable to wear, Fast and responsive interface, Good battery life, Spotify with offline music support could be useful
Not great for tracking actual sports, Vibration feedback could be better, Strap showing signs of wear only after 2 weeks of use
Samsung may be best known for its Galaxy smartphones, but its smartwatches are no less worthy of attention. Whether you're an active individual in need of a fitness companion or a tech-savvy person who finds classic watches lacking in function, chances ar...
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technobuffalo.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-10
Smartwatches haven't taken off as expected, but Samsung remains committed to the category. It introduced us to the Galaxy Gear all the way back in 2013, and this year alone we've seen the company release three smartwatches. The Gear S3 Classic and Gear S3...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2017-10-31
Recommends
Untethered Spotify use can kill the battery quickly. Not the prettiest design. Silicone watch strap feels cheap (but is replaceable). No LTE support. 4GB storage may not be enough if you like to sync a lot of music. S Voice assistant isn't very useful...
When smartwatches were first teased, companies like Google promised they would unplaster our faces from our ever-present smartphone screens and wisp us into a new age where we could remain connected without feeling addicted. It didn't happen. They're good...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2017-10-31
Think smartwatch and, chances are, Samsung Gear comes to mind. Running the company's custom Tizen OS rather than Android Wear, Samsung's Gear range has had many additions over the past few years. From fitness devices to feature-rich smartwatches and every...
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techcrunch.com
Reviewed on 2017-10-31
Samsung's been in the smartwatch game longer than most. The first Galaxy Gear hit the market way back in 2013, beating out the Apple Watch by 18 months. It doesn't get nearly as much love (or market share) as Cupertino's offering, but Samsung's establishe...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2017-10-30
Super comfy, Bright, sharp display, Top-notch fitness-tracking features, Handy built-in GPS, Easily swappable bands
Weak battery life with GPS turned on, No cellular connectivity
What exactly makes a great smartwatch ? Is it size? Is design? Is it features? Is it cellular connectivity?The answer's going to be very different for everyone. While Apple thinks cellular is the key to transforming the Apple Watch from good to great, Sam...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2017-10-30
Attractive case, Useful rotating bezel, Bright, colorful screen, Four-day battery
Unreliable sleep tracking, New calorie tracking feature doesn't feel complete
As the holiday season approaches and New Year's and its inevitable fitness-related resolutions draw near, wearables makers are scrambling. Major brands like Apple and Samsung have realized that smartwatches need to at least be good activity trackers for u...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2017-10-30
Watch-like design, Vibrant display, Fun interface
Bulky dimensions, Few third-party app options, S Voice is useless
For the past few years, the Apple Watch has dominated the fledgling smartwatch world. But while Google's Android Wear platform has gone through fits and starts, Samsung has built an extensive wearable lineup running on its own platform with the Gear watch...
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androidcentral.com
Reviewed on 2017-10-30
Awesome display and two-day battery, Great fitness tracking, Interoperability with multiple tracking ecosystems, Rotating bezel is a treat, Notably thinner and lighter than Gear S3
Software attempts to do too much, No neutral or women's design option, Setup process can be clunky on non-Samsung phones, No LTE or MST Samsung Pay payments
Smartwatches aren't exactly selling well right now, but coming at the market from the fitness side seems to offer some respite.The new Gear Sport is not only a great successor to 2015's Gear S2, but also Samsung's best ever all-around smartwatch. It manag...
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androidpolice.com
Reviewed on 2017-10-30
Distinctive look. More comfortable than other watches thanks to the compact case. Waterresistant to 50 meters, Highresolution AMOLED and completely round, The rotating bezel is a fantastic, natural way to navigate a smartwatch UI, Tizen makes for an excel...
The lack of a speaker means phone calls are out, Samsung Pay will only work with NFC terminals without Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST). That's included in the Gear S3 and Samsung phones, Only comes with S Voice. No Bixby and obviously no Google Assista...
Smartwatches were supposed to be the Next Big Thing TM a few years ago when Samsung launched the original Android-powered Galaxy Gear. That device came with a laundry list of problems, but the company quickly reassessed and got on board with Android Wear...
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androidheadlines.com
Reviewed on 2017-10-30
Design, Look and Feel, Interchangeable watch bands – standard 20mm bands, Waterproof, Tracks Swimming, Integrates with a ton of fitness apps – like Endomundo, Map My Run, etc
Heart Rate Monitor sometimes is unable to measure the heart rate, Unable to customize workouts listed on the watch, to track manually (they can track automatically though), Battery life, Wrap Up, The Samsung Gear Sport is filling an area of the market tha...
A smartwatch with robust fitness tracking capability makes the Gear Sport one of the best wearables availableSamsung is looking to make sure it has a wearable for everyone, at virtually every price point. When it announced the Gear S3 last year, a lot of...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2017-10-30
Solid set of fitness-related features, Samsung Pay is convenient, Circular touchscreen and scroll wheel easy to use, Standard 20mm straps
Underwhelming design, No Samsung Pay MST, GPS is a battery hog
The smartwatch never had it easy. On the one hand, offer too small a list of skills and people question your value; on the other, do too much and the resulting complexity can overwhelm the wrist. Perhaps the Samsung Gear Sport, therefore, signposts the ro...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2017-10-30
Attractiv, durable desig, Good fitness-tracking feature, Fun assortment of watch face, Waterproof
Limited features when connected to iPhon, Few apps compared to watchOS
With devices such as the Apple Watch Series 3, Fitbit Ionic and Misfit Vapor now available, smartwatches are becoming increasingly fitness-focused. Samsung's entry into this race, the Gear Sport, is a solid competitor for all of them. This $299 watch is...
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