Samsung has revealed details of their latest smartwatch, the Gear S3, which comes in two models and succeeds last year’s Gear S2. Like its predecessor, the Gear S3 focuses its design around the watch bezel, which users can rotate to navigate the operating system.

The Classic Gear S3 incorporates a pared down look, with a minimalist dial and strap suitable for the day job and business, while the Frontier Gear S3 – as its title alludes – is built for outdoor exploration and sports, and can be synced with the S Health app. Both watch straps can be swapped for any other 22mm band, allowing the user to customize with his or her favorite designs.

As we’ve come to expect from Samsung, both timepieces pack some serious heat in the software department, and come replete with a slew of new features. Users can now make calls via the built-in speaker/microphone, draw on the display and, most handily of all, download directly from the Gear App Store – meaning apps such as Spotify, Uber and Yelp can be accessed with ease.

For more Samsung, check out Christoph Waltz as you’ve never seen him before in an advert for the Galaxy Note 7 phone.

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