Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 leaked detailed space, charged, much more

Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 3 will launch as early as next month and will now release a few key details about the product, including its charging dock, glasses and more.

First, let’s talk about the Galaxy Watch 3 space. People will have smartwatches with 1.2-inch and 1.4-inch displays (41mm and 45mm) in the Galaxy Watch 3 lineup today, Sammobile reports. Apparently, the casing offers both titanium and aluminum versions, which is probably the more affordable thing for both of them. In terms of body size, the smaller model is 41 x 42.5 x 11.3 mm Where the larger version is 45 x 46.2 x 11.1 mm – both are slightly smaller than the original Galaxy Watch despite having a larger screen.

Further, the Galaxy Watch 3 will obviously provide 8GB of storage, support LTE and GPS and pack both IP68 and MIL-STD-810G ratings for water resistance and durability. As previously reported, Samsung is once again returning to the almost physically rotating bezel.

As far as sensors go, the Galaxy Watch 3 will have plenty to offer. Basically, this watch will match the Galaxy Watch Active 2, provide ECG support, monitor blood pressure and of course provide a standard heart rate sensor.

On Twitter, Max Weinbach also searched for some messages about the Galaxy Watch 3 from the FCC list. He basically confirmed Sammobile’s sensor report in the tweet below, as well as confirming that the Galaxy Watch 3 will use the same charging dock as the Active 2, but at the very least, it will support that charger. Many of the results of this Twitter thread largely confirm that Watch 3 is essentially a Watch Active 2 in a new shell.

Schematic health sensors match the Galaxy Watch Active 2 1: 1. If I were a betting person I would expect the same HRM with 8 photodiodes. The back panel is actually almost identical to the Watch Active 2. I have no doubt they are reusing the interior.

– Max Weinbach (@MaxWinbach) June 16, 2020

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