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Samsung Gear IconX Review: Many features, too many compromises

Samsung says it doesn’t plan on removing the headphone jack from its phones anytime soon, but didn’t stop the company from trying to step up its Bluetooth headphone products with the fitness oriented Gear IconX. Wireless headphones with a heart-rate sensor are an awesome concept. But after trying them out for a few weeks, it feels like the headphones bite off more than they can chew.
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