If you feel that the Samsung Galaxy Gear is lacking that killer app, it seems Samsung may actually agree with you.
The smartwatch comes in at a high price of £299 / $299 (around AUS$325) and criticisms have been fired at the lack of flair that buyers will be getting for that,but Samsung seems to be busy enacting a plan to improve the wearable very soon.
"We've acknowledged that our Gear lacks something special," An unnamed Samsung spokesperson told The Korea Times. "With more investment for user interface and user experience, Samsung devices will be better in terms of customer satisfaction."
With the Galaxy Gear only going on sale this week in more than 100 countries It seems early days for Samsung to be making such statements, but it also sounds like these improvements will come in the form of tweaks rather than a whole new device.
Samsung vice president Lee Young-hee was more upbeat about the watch, calling it a "wow product" and a "much-have accessory", contradicting the other spokesperson's word somewhat.
Last week we heard that Samsung already has a Galaxy Gear 2 in the works, which will reportedly offer better compatibility and GPS capabilities. Rumours are already swirling that this update could launch next year at CES or MWC.
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