The Nike app will be able to exploit this capability, by tracking your moves and mapping your runs using only the GPS and 3G connection built into the Gear S.The app will do its tracking (of, for example, speed and distance covered) in real time, and it will also show you live statistics. And obviously, you’ll be able to share your achievements with your friends on social networks.

The Nike+ Running app will come preinstalled on the Samsung Gear S when it becomes available in October. The Gear S features a 2-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen with 360×480 resolution, a 1 GHz dual-core CPU, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, Wi-Fi, HSPA(3G Technology), Bluetooth, so runners can leave their phones at home but still map their runs, track progress, and view metrics like distance, pace, and heart-rate. They can even view earned NikeFuel by simply raising their wrists. and a 300 mAh battery that’s apparently going to be good for two days of typical usage.



 “With its ergonomically fit design, empowered by multi-sensors, GPS and IP67, the Samsung Gear S is a perfect health and fitness companion, said Chan Woo Park, a vice president at Samsung’s Mobile division, in a statement.”With the Nike+ Running App, it will be even more attractive and fun for people to enjoy running, while tracking runs, reaching goals and sharing with friends, all on their wrist.”

Nike+ Running is a service that lets you track, measure, share, and compare runs with a global community of athletes. Apart from real-time cheers from Facebook friends and connectivity options, it offers challenges, live audio feedback, and a Nike+ Coach function with comprehensive training programs.