Samsung Gear 360 launched, priced at $350
As scheduled, Samsung has launched the Gear 360 camera. The device is now available for purchase in the company's home country of South Korea - it's currently listed online, but will be available in around 450 stores starting next month.
Priced at KRW 399,300 (around $350), the camera - which was announced at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) - is currently compatible with the Galaxy S7, S7 edge, S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, and Note5.
Aside from South Korea, the device is also expected to made available in select other countries. However, those in the United States are currently out of luck as the tech giant has already confirmed that the US is not in the list of launch countries.
- 23 Jun 2016
Have you tried the Kodak SP360 or SP360 4k? the software is truly terrible! the samsung gear doesn't have (technically) 4k resolution, it falls just shy of 4k, however the software is far better, and the product support too. I got the kodaks last wee...
- 30 Apr 2016
just hope sammy is not gonna ignore South Africa like they did with the first gen gear VR for the note 4. coz if they do then it will be a blow to thier credibility thats if the gear 360 is a proper product coz down here we are no lab rats and dont r...
- 30 Apr 2016
Hi, does anyone know if the resolution of the Samsung gear 360 is better than having the dual kit of the Kodak Pixpro 4k? Thanks for your help