One of the big pieces of news to come along with Samsung's Gear S2 announcement was that it will be compatible with non-Samsung smartphones. There are some restrictions however, as Samsung notes that the Gear S2 requires a paired smartphone with Android 4.4 and higher and more than 1.5GB of RAM. Buried in the Gear S2 page on Samsung's website is a list giving us a look at just which phones (beyond Samsung's own, of course) will be compatible with the smartwatch out of the gate.

Here's the lengthy list of compatible devices from each manufacturer, along with their test markets.

Asus

  • Zenfone2 - EU

HTC

  • One - EU
  • One (M8) - US
  • One (M9) - EU, US
  • 826W - CN

Huawei

  • honor 4X - CN
  • honor 6 - EU
  • P8 - EU, CN
  • Ascend Mate 7 - EU, CN

Kyocera

  • Duraforce - US

Lenovo

  • Vide Shot - CN
  • x2 Pro - CN

LG

  • G Flex - US
  • Optimus G - KR
  • Optimus G2 - EU, US
  • Optimus G3 - EU, US, KR
  • G4 - EU, US, KR
  • G Vista - US
  • Nexus 5 - EU, KR, CN

Motorola

  • DROID Turbo - US
  • DROID MAXX - EU
  • DROID MINI - EU
  • Moto X - EU, KR
  • Nexus 6 - US, CN

Nubia

  • Nubia Z9 - CN

OPPO

  • R7 - CN

Pantech

  • IM-A910S - KR

Sharp

  • Aquos - EU

Sony

  • XPERIA Z2 - EU
  • XPERIA Z3 - EU

Vivo

  • X5 Pro - CN

Xiaomi

  • Mi3 - EU
  • Mi4 - EU, KR, CN
  • Note Pro - CN

ZTE

  • V5 - CN

Source: Samsung