When Gear Live was announced at the Google I/O, it was available only in 8 countries including Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States. But today the availability of Gear Live is extended to three more countries.
The new list of countries where the first Android Wear powered Gear Live can be ordered are Australia, Japan, and South Korea. If your county is still out of this list you need to wait some more time till Google and Samsung release Gear Live in your region.
Samsung Gear Live has almost the same specification as Galaxy Gear 2 but instead of Tizen OS the Gear Live is powered by Android Wear, Google’s latest offering for smartwatches.
The device will feature a 1.63-inch 320X320 display, a 1.2GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of onboard storage, and a heart rate monitor which is a feature that other smartwatches seem to lack.
Samsung Gear Live costs $199 in the US and is available through the Google Play store. Prices in other countries may vary.