Samsung Released Tizen Update On Gear S3

The Samsung Gear S3 Classic & Frontier watches are now receiving new Tizen update. The update is nothing but improved stability on the watch. Samsung is near to launch upcoming Galaxy Watch so this update is lot mean to old Gear users. Samsung Gear S3 is now almost 2 year old model but also it is most successful Gear watch from company at this moment. The new firmware is R760XXU2CRG3/R760OXA2CRG3 & getting Tizen version. The size of the update is 16.3MB only. The Charge Battery Algorithm is the only added feature into the latest firmware version.

The last value update company has rolled out on Samsung Gear S3 Classic & Frontier was in November, when both devices received original features of Samsung Gear Sport. After that Samsung released minor improvement updates for the third generation Gear watches. The new software update is now rolling out in many countries. To get latest version go to Settings – About Gear – Update Gear. If you don’t see any update on your device then just wait for some time, it will take some time to reach to your country.

New Gear S3 Update

To remind you, Samsung launched this gadget in two variants, there is Gear S3 Classic to Wi-Fi only use and the other Gear S3 Frontier to use with Wi-Fi plus 4G LTE, off course both models comes in different prices. Processor on both models are powered by their own Exynos chipset which locked at 1GHz and to boost its speed there is 786MB RAM. To store personal data, smartwatch apps and other personal images it has 4GB of internal storage.

Gear S3 Update

Some powerful features are making it a good digital smartwatch in market. First main feature is it is IP68 rating device, it means that Gear S3 is waterproof and dust proof device.

Here, display is 1.3-inch screen with 360×360 resolution, best part of the display is it made from new Corning Gorilla Glass SR+ technology. Corning said new Gorilla Glass SR+ technology specially made for smartwatches, it gives extra security and better scratch resistant protection to the watches.

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