Both Gear S2 styles will be chock full of sensors, including an accelerometer, gyroscope, heart-rate monitor, ambient light sensor and barometer (the latter is usually used to determine stair climbing activity). Those trackers will feed into S Health, Samsung's own health software, or Nike+ Running, both of which will be available. (No GPS indicators were listed on the spec sheets provided by Samsung.). The watches will feature built-in Bluetooth 4.1 for communicating with paired smartphones and audio devices (wireless headphones and speakers), as well as Wi-Fi, which implies phone-free communication ability. Furthermore, the (non-Classic) Gear S2 will also be available in a version that includes built-in 3G cellular capability. That opens up the possibility of it working as a standalone Dick Tracy-style watchphone -- a trick Samsung previously pulled off with 2014's original Gear S model.
AT&T, T-Mobile and US Cellular have already pledged to offer the Gear S2 when it becomes available later this year, Finally, Samsung is pledging a two-to-three-day lifespan with the 250mAh battery on the Wi-Fi Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic models with "typical usage." That drops to two days with the cellular version of the Gear S2, despite its larger 300mAh battery, And yes, the new Samsungs will offer wireless Qi charging, too, The Gear S2 has two different color options, either a white band with a silver body, or a dark gray band with a olixar meshtex iphone 8 / 7 case - rose gold reviews matching body, The Classic will be available in black with a leather band..
John Felton, accused of making direct eye contact with a police officer. How many drivers when stopped by a police officer now reach for their phones to film what happens?. It seems to be a natural reaction for many. People want to preserve their own evidence, just in case. This seems to be a true of a video posted by John Felton to Facebook (beware of strong language in the video). It shows Felton, who is black, stopped by a Dayton, Ohio police officer two weeks ago. Felton says on the video that he is being stopped for no reason.
The officer explains: "Your turn signal, your turn signal was on, but you didn't turn it on 100 feet prior."It takes some skill of measurement to know when 100 feet isn't, say, 98 feet, Still, Felton appears to maintain a olixar meshtex iphone 8 / 7 case - rose gold reviews level of politeness, despite clearly feeling aggrieved, He tells the officer he has activated his camera: "I watched you behind me the whole time, that's why I got my video camera on, too." He says he was followed for two miles, While Felton explains to his passenger that he expected this to happen, the officer demands his license and insurance and his passenger's ID too..
Felton insists to the officer: "I am doing nothing, because I have Michigan plates, other than that why are you trailing me."But it's the officer's words of explanation that some might find stunning. He says: "You made direct eye contact with me and held onto it when I was passing you."This seems to enjoy the same level of logic as that offered by an Iowa officer who declared that the presence of frisbee golf equipment in someone's car is evidence of pot smoking. Yes, he was filmed too. The Dayton Police Department wasn't immediately available for comment.
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