Wearables, there’s no end to them anytime soon. Based on the trends, consumers are ponying up to pick them up to complement whatever smartphone they’re using as their daily driver. While there’s an expansive selection to choose from, there are a select few that manage to pique the interest of people more so than others. We’ve reviewed several in 2015, but the Samsung Gear S2 proved to be one of the more original, invigorating wearables to scope out – more so considering it was highly acclaimed amongst critics in general.For the last couple of months, we’ve been spending more intimate time using the Samsung Gear S2 in our travels. This isn’t just the ordinary Bluetooth connected Gear S2, oh no, but rather, the cellular connected version courtesy of AT&T. Naturally, there’s additional functionality in tow with this one, such as being able to independently place phone calls and receive text messages, which absolutely has its usefulness with certain situations. At the end of the day, however, we’re interested more in what it does on a deeper level.
Thus far, most wearables and smartwatches are still closely chained to their master device – a smartphone in most instances. With this cellular connected Gear S2, it begs the question of