Samsung Gear Circle

Samsung on Wednesday announced that the Gear Circle is now available in the United States at select T-Mobile stores nationwide, with an expanded rollout of the device at AT&T, Amazon and Samsung’s online store to take place later this month. Samsung’s Gear Circle will also be available in white exclusively from Best Buy locations in the future.

Samsung’s Gear Circle is a wireless stereo headphones device that can be paired with a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or device to receive calls, listen to music and make voice commands. It features a magnetic lock that clasps around a user’s neck when not in use, in addition to a vibration feature to notify users of incoming calls and notifications.

The neck-worn device delivers up to 9 hours of music playback time and up to 11 hours of talk time, and supports voice notifications through S Voice’s text-to-speech functionality.

Samsung’s sleek, Gear Circle for instant, hands-free communication coming to the U.S.

On-the-go communication has never been easier with the introduction of Samsung Gear Circle™. With a light-weight and sweat-resistant design, Gear Circle is a wireless stereo headphone that sits around your neck and gently vibrates to let you know when you are receiving an incoming call.

Gear Circle supports Bluetooth-enabled devices and is equipped with intuitive touch controls for your active lifestyle. It also has a superior battery life with up to 9 hours of play time and 11 hours of talk time1. To use, simply detach the earphones and put them to your ear. When listening to music, just attach the earphones back together to pause. Gear Circle also supports voice notifications using Text-to-Speech through S Voice™ command support for an added convenience.

Gear Circle comes in black and blue and is currently available at select T-Mobile stores and will be available later this month at AT&T,, and Gear Circle will be available in white exclusively from Best Buy.

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