Samsung hasn't exactly been coy about its new Gear watch having a round screen -- it confirmed as much in an SDK announcement the day the Apple Watch launched -- but we're finally getting a better sense of what it brings to the table. The company released development tools for its new Gear watches to a small pool of early adopters today, and with it came a few details about the so-called "Project Orbis" (or Gear A, if you prefer) watch. Before we go any further, though, it's worth pointing out again that this particular Gear watch isn't going to run Android Wear. It's a Tizen device through and through, and what's been unearthed today corroborates plenty of stuff we've heard before.
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