One of the more intriguing new wearable devices to come out of Samsung in a while is the Gear S. Technically it isn't an Android Wear device, since it uses Samsung's custom Tizen OS, but that doesn't mean it isn't a mobile wearable worth taking a peek at. In fact, it's small size and surprising cell-phone service capability could be quite attractive to folks who need an active device like this. Samsung just announced their partnership with all four major US carriers for this device. The Gear S will be coming to a cell network near and dear to your heart by the end of this year. Here's a spec refresh: 2-inch Super AMOLED display at 480 x 360 dual-core 1GHz processor 512MB of RAM 4GB of storage WiFi N, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS w/GLONASS 300mAh battery Keep in mind one caveat to this device. Even though it has data and smartphone connectivity functionality because of its 3G radios, it still requires a one-time activation through a Samsung Galaxy smartphone. Sound off if you are tempted by this device.