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Most smartwatches are wrist-worn devices that are meant to pair with your smartphone wirelessly so you can see messages on your wrist, maybe control media playback, or perform other actions without taking your phone out of your pocket.

But Samsung is reportedly working on a smartwatch that doesn’t need a phone at all. You can use it to make phone calls.

Samsung Galaxy Gear 2

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