Samsung expands Gear 360 availability by offering it at physical retail locations in the US

Samsung announced its Gear 360 camera alongside the S7 and S7 edge back in February. While the S7 and S7 edge have had their moment in the spotlight, the Gear 360 has gained little attention, perhaps due to its limited availability.

Luckily, Samsung is set to expand the Gear 360's availability by offering the device at brick and mortar locations across the United States. While the Gear 360 will still be available to purchase online, those in the US will also be able to head to AT&T, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless and Best Buy retail locations.

For those unfamiliar with Samsung's 360 camera, the device offers two fisheye lenses that can capture 25.MP 360-degree images and record 3840x1920 video. The device is protected from dust and liquid splashes, making it ideal for those that want to take it into natural environments. The Gear 360 will be priced at $349.99 and should be available at the previously mentioned retail locations.

Source: Samsung via Ubergizmo

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