Lo and behold.

Finally the time arrived when Samsung finally pulled the drapes off its SmartWatch, Gear S2, ahead of the Berlin IFA trade show, broadening its ever-ripening lineup of smart wearables.

The Korean device maker already tantalized its next-gen gadget during Unpacked Galaxy Note 5 event, earlier this month, in the New York City. On Monday, it has revealed a bit more details about the latest device that is the successor of its stout Samsung Gear S, though the availability and price remains to be still unknown.

The revelation immediately comes after Google announced that users of iPhone will be able to link Apple Smart phones to Android Wear, which will eventually begin with the LG Watch Urbane.

The gadget sports a Super AMOLED 1.2-inch annular 360-by-360 display (302 ppi).  It runs on a 1GHz dual-core processor that arrives with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal memory.

The 11.4mm smart device includes a Home, as well as Back buttons and Rotating Bezel for a "more precise method to comfortably access notifications and applications.Samsung stated.

Similar to all other SmartWatches available in the current market, this gadget will include basics that consist of fitness apps, emails, calendar, news, weather and messages.

Users will be allowed to make voice calls with the use of the watch’s 3G Model. The watch will not have permission to access the collection of third- party applications of Android Wear.

It runs on proprietary Samsung’s OS, Tizen, which is already being used to power many of the Samsung SmartWatches like Gear S and Gear S2 that was unveiled last year. It won’t contribute or access applications from ecosystem of Android Wear by Google.  The SmartWatch Company claims that their latest unveiled collection will consist of various other applications at launch, which will be already optimized for the annular screen of S2. In annexation, Samsung is working with its associates to develop additional applications as well.

In comparison to its predecessor non-cellular mate, Fanatics who vault for a 3G model, Gear S2, will find it hefty in terms of thickness and diameter. Though, 3G version is not available for Classic Gear S2.

Gear S2 will arrive in two versions, Gear S2 Classic and Gear S2 respectively. The classic addition will lug a similar look to that of a traditional watch, made with black finish and a leather band. Whereas, the Gear S2 will be on a modern side, available with Silver case and White band or a dark Gray case and a band.

Similar to the other wearable gadgets, the Gear S2 will provide the ability to send texts, as well as at-a-glance notifications and fitness tracker that includes tracking heart rate.

It is dust and water resistant, as certified by IP68. For mobile payments it supports NFC, but the company plans to broaden its use with things like remote controls, smart car keys, and residential room keys to manage a collaborated home system.

Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity is supported and can also be connected via 3G. It will have the "first-ever e-SIM with voice capability." As pointed by Samsung.

It is confirmed that AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile will carry the Gear S2. T-Mobile customers can add S2 for $5 per month in their phone plan, while Verizon and AT&T promised the details to be revealed later.

Samsung claims 2-3 days of battery usage via 250mAh Li-ion battery, twice as much as the battery of Apple Watch, and it can be wirelessly charged via a charging platform.

The price and a release date for the SmartWatch is yet to be revealed. In the U.S., it costs $199 for a Samsung Gear S, when purchased with a 2 year contract via a wireless carrier.

On September 3, these two watches will be available on display in Berlin at IFA.