Yeah, but take a picture with the watches built in camera, and one with the phone. I tried taking pictures of my son trick-or-treating tonight and the watch doesn't do well in low lights or distances. I had the Sony Smartwatch 1 and it had apps to take pictures using the phones camera, record audio via the phone (So you could leave your phone in a room and record from your watch). On the remote camera app it even showed the viewfinder on the watch. Thats my chief complaint about the Galaxy Gear. The Sony Smartwatch came out over a year ago, and the apps it had are way more advanced than the Galaxy Gear which is $100 more than what I bought the Sony watch in 2012. I could read full GMail emails, facebook posts not just messages, same with twitter. It worked both ways the phone could control the watch and the watch could control the phone. The ONLY reason I'm putting up with the Galaxy Gear is because the ability to make/receive calls via bluetooth comes in handy for me. I just hope I didn't back the wrong horse by switching to Samsung..... I think Sony was more successful because they left apps to the Google Play store. Once the developer pack was out anyone could make an app for the Sony watch and put it in the market. I'm not very satisifed with the APP store being proprietary.
I'm an equal opportunity device owner. I just happen to love Samsung products.
Current Devices: Samsung Galaxy Note III, Galaxy Gear Smart Watch, Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy S4,
Samsung Galaxy S3, Sony Smartwatch, iPad mini, and a 3rd generation iPad 4G/LTE 64GB.