According to the Gsmarena, Samsung’s UAE branch accidentally preempted the official release by listing the upcoming Galaxy Fit3 smartband on its website. With numerous leaks circulating about Samsung’s wearable, we now have a comprehensive view, complete with specifications and images of the device. As anticipated, the Galaxy Fit3 is set to introduce several enhancements over the 2020 Galaxy Fit2, including a larger display, a more capable UI, and an increased battery size.
Galaxy Fit3 showcases a 1.6-inch AMOLED display boasting a resolution of 256 x 402 pixels. It adopts a plastic design complemented by aluminum sides. With over 100 watch faces available, users can also create their own using a photo from their gallery. The software side is managed through a straightforward tile-based interface.
Samsung is introducing activity tracking with a selection of over 100 modes, along with features for monitoring sleep, stress, and heart rate. The device is also equipped with a fall detection sensor and the capability to notify your designated emergency contacts.
Galaxy Fit3 is capable of managing incoming notifications and media controls. Although the band doesn’t support voice calls, it does allow users to end calls from their connected device and send predefined message replies. Without built-in GPS, users will need to utilize their paired phone’s receiver for tracking runs. Samsung has also clarified that the band will lack NFC connectivity and support for third-party apps.
The device boasts a claimed battery life of up to 13 days under normal usage conditions, and it additionally features a quick charge function that achieves a 65% charge in just 30 minutes. For charging, the device utilizes a magnetic two-pin proprietary charger.
Galaxy Fit3 will be available in a minimum of three colors – black, white, and pink. Weighing in at 18.5 grams, it holds an IP68 rating. The outstanding details yet to be disclosed are the pricing and availability, which are expected to be unveiled in the upcoming days.