Samsung has unveiled one of the most advanced smartwatches of this year, the Galaxy Watch 3. The wearable comes with few of those features that were missed on Galaxy Watch active 2. The most talked fitness function of this year SpO2 or blood oxygen saturation function is now part of Galaxy Watch 3. Also, it sports blood pressure & ECG or electrocardiogram features. Samsung doesn’t want to false claim about these features, as it did with Active 2. The company clearly mentions the SpO2 will available for users later this year, or in the first half of next year.
Samsung ahead says the blood pressure and ECG are also the subjects to launch when regional authorities of various nations certify it. further, Galaxy Watch 3 comes with two variants – 41mm & 45mm, which makes 1.2-inch & 1.6-inch display with the protection of Gorilla Glass DX+. Both models now offer Wi-Fi only & Wi-Fi + LTE options to choose from. The fall detection and 40 workout sports modes will alert to the emergency contacts and stay you fit respectively. There is also advanced VO2 Max in advanced fitness tracking.
It fuels with Exynos 9110 chipset of 1.5GHz dual-core CPU along with 1GB RAM. For the storage, users will get 8GB storage, bumped from 4GB storage of Active 2 to save the screenshots, offline music, images, and video files. The new camera controller and smart notifications allow us to see images & GIFs in notifications are the features that should be mentioned here. Previously, WhatsApp was the only app that supports images & GIFs in app notifications.
Galaxy Watch 3 integrated with Galaxy Note 20 that gets an automatic reply option for images & GIFs. The sleep management is another feature that improved on the Galaxy Watch 3. Samsung has partnered with US National Sleep Institute & Calm institute for sleep management and breathing & stress management, respectively.
The Galaxy watch 3 available in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black & Mystic Silver colors, where titanium variants will launch later this year. The smartwatch will available to purchase from August 6 with the price tag of $399 for 41mm & $429 for 46mm Wi-Fi-only models. The LTE models carry $50 more prices than the Wi-Fi-only models.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.