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Samsung’s finally releasing an LTE model of the Gear S3 Classic

by Josh Levenson | March 24, 2017March 24, 2017 8:30 am PST

Samsung has finally taken the wraps off an LTE variant of the traditional-looking Gear S3 Classic, bringing the device in line with its ruggedized sibling, the Gear S3 Frontier.

Unfortunately, we don’t know when the Gear S3 Classic will hit the shelves or how much it will cost. The firm did reveal that AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon will offer it, though.

“The new Gear S3 Classic LTE raises the bar for connected smartwatch design,” said Alanna Cotton, vice president of marketing at Samsung Electronics America.

“Adding LTE connectivity to the Gear S3 Classic gives users the ability to stay connected on the go, even when they leave their phone behind.”

It sports the same…

Aside from the new-found support for 4G, the Gear S3 Classic LTE remains untouched, meaning it sports the same 1.3-inch circular display, Exynos 7270 CPU and 380mAh battery.

Overall, a recipe for success.

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