Galaxy Watch 3 full in depth review

Galaxy Watch 3 full review

Galaxy Watch 3

HEY Guys So Samsung’s Galaxy Watch lineup is regarded as the best smart watches for Android users. Last year Samsung released two oriented wearables , the Galaxy Watch Active and Watch Active 2 , but the company’s only option that looks like a traditional watches is the original Galaxy Watch from two years ago.

Thankfully, it looks like the new upgrades are finally on the way with a great feature from the original galaxy watch. Can you guess which feature I am talking about.? Well, it’s the physical rotating bezel. Last years Galaxy Watch Active and Watch Active2 opted for a virtual replacement, which, while it works, is not half as satisfying, due to the need to track the edge of the bezel yourself, but nothing beats the feel and convenience of an actual bezel ring, and it’s good to hear it’s still going to be a part of Samsung’ssmartwatch lineup.

Now This information comes from the FCC certification. We also have other details about this watch but the fact they’ve passed through the FCC hints that a launch could be imminent. If not, our bet would be at the Note 20 launch in August. it also reveals what the next iteration of Galaxy Watch may look like.

According to Sam mobile, as many as four variants of Galaxy Watch have been listed on the FCC website. The first two variants come with LTE connectivity and sport 45mm and 41mm sizes carrying the model numbers SM-R845 and SM-R855. The other two variants are sport and WiFi variant 41mm and 45mm size with model no SM-R840 and SM-R850. Those numbers line up with the previous Galaxy Watch releases, specifically the non-Active models. also, Samsung will also release its new watch in titanium, a variant that’s probably going to be costlier than the aluminum and stainless steel models.

The watch will also offer Gorilla Glass DX,5ATM water resistance, MIL-STD-810G durability, support for GPS, and also LTE as mentioned above. we have also read that the devices will feature the powerhouse 330 mAh battery and 8gb storage . but there is no conclusive evidence about that also Samsung announced it has received a clearance from South Korea’s Ministry of Food and Drug Safety to roll out Electrocardiogram(ECG) monitoring feature to Galaxy Watch Active 2. So it is likely that we get to see this functionality in its upcoming smart watches as well.


SO that’s about the Samsung Galaxy smartwatch.more on this will be coming soon. Thanks for reading.

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