The Gear 360 spherical camera retails at between £275 and £349 (depending on where you shop) and sports a pair of dual 180-degree cameras for that ‘eyes-in-the-back-of-your-head’ effect on VR videos.
It’s also dust and water-resistant, so it's protected from the elements.
Opt for the Icon X headphones (RRP £199) and you’re getting smart-looking wireless headphones with 4GB of on-board storage for music and a built-in heart-rate monitor to help you get more out of your runs.
And they offer voice prompts too, so you can take or reject calls and feature an ambient sound mode, so that you can hear your surroundings while you're out and about.
And finally, there’s the Gear Fit 2. Normally priced £179, the GPS-enabled fitness aid also features a heart-rate monitor and tracks your runs, cycling jaunts and workouts.
On-board storage comes in at 4GB and it serves up notifications from your smartphone, so you can stay in the loop while you’re pounding the pavements.
The successor to the S7, the Galaxy S8, is due to be unveiled on March 29th and is expected to feature an all-screen front, eyeball-recognition security and Samsung’s as-yet-unseen Bixby voice assistant.
What did we make of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge? Read our review for the inside line.
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