Galaxy Watch 3 Received Bluetooth Certification

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch recently passed the Bluetooth SIG certification. Its online images lead us to have the first look at the upcoming wearable. The watch is in rumors since the past few months and now recent leaks covered its various features. The passing of the certification stage is a crucial achievement ahead of its launch which has scheduled in July. The appearance of the wearable in Faces database reveals important specifications and designs.

Unlike the earlier rumors, Samsung is skipping the Galaxy Watch 2 name and launching it as the Galaxy Watch 3. There are multiple variants of Galaxy Watch 3 that have passed certification. It includes both the 41mm and 45mm versions of the upcoming wearable as well as WiFi-only and WiFi+LTE variants. Last year Samsung launched Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Watch Active 2 as the successor to the Galaxy Watch.

Galaxy Watch 3 Bluetooth Certification

Galaxy Watch 3 Certification

From the images, it is clear that the physical rotating bezel will come back, which was missing from the Galaxy Watch Active 2. Further, there will be 2 buttons on the right side of the device. Upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 has expected to come in two size variants of 41mm versions features 1.2 inches circular AMOLED display and the latter features 1.4 inches display. Both these variants come with MIL-STD-810G design and IP68 certification which is useful for dust and water resistance.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 runs on Tizen OS 5.5 and comes with 8GB internal storage and 1GB RAM. Also, the wearable features several trackers useful to monitor heart rate, ECG, and blood pressure monitoring. There will be Stainless steel and Titanium cases for both the variants. On the aspect of battery, 41mm variant carries the 247mAh battery and the 45mm versions have fuelled with a 340mAh battery. All the features onboard make it one of the best wearable and compete against the major rivals like Apple’s upcoming Apple Watch Series 6. The device has expected to launch in July this year.

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