Recently we got wind of the Galaxy Watch 3 from Samsung. The much-awaited smartwatch from Samsung is right around the corner. Currently, all we know is that there would be two sizes: A 41mm and a 45mm one. Now though, thanks to an article from 9to5Google, we have more information on the specs of these devices.
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Now, going into the article and some detail on the specs, we see that SamMobile gave us more insight into it. There would be 1.2 and 1.4-inch displays on the two models. There would be housed in either a titanium casing or an aluminium one. Of course, the former is aimed at the more premium customers.
The device would be a robust one as well. We see that it would be rated for IP68 and not to mention even military-grade protection: MIL-STD-810G. Not to mention, this time around Samsung is set to bring back an exciting feature to the lineup. Found on the initial versions of the Galaxy Watch, we would see a rotating bezel return to the watch. It is quite amazing because how Wear OS is designed, a rotating bezel makes it easier to navigate.
Now coming to the sensors, we would see similar sensors found on the Galaxy Active 2 as well. These include the EKG monitor as well. Additionally, BP monitoring would make its way to the Galaxy Watch 3 as well. We believe that the watch would bring the same sensor from the Galaxy Active 2 to itself. Thus, in a tweet from Max Weinbach confirms that it would support the same charging dock from the Active 2.
It is believed that the Galaxy Watch 3 would make its way to the market by next month. Perhaps until then, more details about the device would flow in.