Edward C. Baig USA TODAY Published 7:36 p.m. UTC Aug 10, 2018 Apple has dominated the smart watch category ever since the Apple Watch arrived in 2015, so it is easy to forget that Samsung got to the market quite some time before – anyone recall 2013’s Galaxy Gear watch, by chance? But Samsung hasn’t had near the success with any of the smart watches it has introduced along the way that Apple is apparently enjoying now. On Thursday, Samsung came at its rival again with the introduction of the Galaxy Watch techie timepieces that are meant to compete hard against the Apple Watch. More: Samsung Galaxy Note9 first look: Better S Pen and a camera that detects when a subject blinks More: ‘Fortnite’ for Android officially arrives at Galaxy Note9 launch Samsung’s latest entries will be available in two sizes and color finishes when they show up Aug. 24 – 46mm silve, and 42mm midnight black and rose gold – with the ability to swap standard-sized bands from Samsung and outside companies. Samsung said these will eventually include bands from luxury brands, but none were on display at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn, where the company launched the new watches. The new… Read full this story
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