Samsung Gear 360 review: A super 360-degree camera that only plays nicely with Galaxy phones
The Samsung Gear 360 is a super bit of kit, but small niggles irk considering the price
There are two main things that I've learned while reviewing the Samsung Gear 360, neither of them good. 1) My hair definitely looks thinner from above than I would like, and 2) My life isn't really eventful enough to warrant having a 360-degree camera on me at all times.
Nonetheless, if your life does justify the extravagance, then the Samsung Gear 360 won't let you down. However, there are a few caveats I should throw in there first of which is the whopping price tag. For the rest, you'll just have to read on.
Samsung Gear 360: Design
The Samsung Gear 360 is a spherical camera, somewhere between the size of a golf ball and a tennis ball. Do you remember that episode of Red Dwarf where Kryton loses his eye, and it comes back on little legs? The resemblance is uncanny.
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