What you need to know
- Samsung's Galaxy Watch 3 has surfaced in a detailed hands-on video ahead of its official unveiling on August 5.
- The video shows the 41mm version of the smartwatch, which features a 1.2-inch display.
- Like the original Galaxy Watch, the Galaxy Watch 3 has a physical rotating bezel and two buttons on the right side.
A Galaxy Watch 3 plugin for the Galaxy Wearable app recently revealed a few key features of Samsung's upcoming smartwatch, including fall detection and support for hand gestures. A hands-on video showing the 41mm version of the Galaxy Watch 3 has now leaked, courtesy of YouTuber TechTalkTV.
The hands-on video reaffirms the presence of a physical rotating bezel, similar to the original Galaxy Watch. In addition to the physical rotating bezel, the smartwatch also includes two buttons on the right side. The bezels, however, appear to be slimmer, which make it look more appealing.
The 41mm version of the Galaxy Watch 3 seen in the video has a 1.2-inch display, just like the 40mm version of the Galaxy Watch Active 2. Samsung is also rumored to launch a 45mm version of the watch, which will have a 1.4-inch display. Aside from giving us our best look yet at the 41mm version of the Galaxy Watch 3, the hands-on video also confirms a few key features. The upcoming smartwatch will have 5ATM water resistance, Corning Gorilla Glass DX protection, 8GB of internal storage, and an ECG sensor.
Samsung is set to unveil a total of five new devices at its virtual Unpacked event on August 5, including the Galaxy Watch 3 and the Galaxy Note 20 series. The other three devices that are expected to debut at the event include the Galaxy Tab S7 series tablets, Galaxy Buds Live true wireless earbuds, and the Galaxy Z Fold 2.
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 40mm
The Galaxy Watch Active 2 is one of the best smartwatches that Samsung has made so far. It looks great, packs a ton of useful features, and offers excellent battery life.
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