As the succeeding model to the reasonably original Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 of 2018, the new Galaxy Watch 3 sports a fresh design, an upgrade in the number of fitness tracking widgets and an all-new blood oxygen monitor. With the COVID pandemic still looming large in the whole world, the latter feature will be particularly helpful in keeping the O2 levels in check at a personal level.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 runs on a dual-core Exynos 9110 SoC and comes with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage out of which 4.3GB is usable. It is equipped with Bluetooth 5, Wi-Fi n, built-in GPS, NFC, and sensors such as an accelerometer, barometer, gyroscope, ambient light sensor, and heart rate sensor all of which give pretty accurate results. The blood SpO2 level is measured using LEDs and an infrared sensor on the bottom of the watch. The LTE version that I have for review supports an eSIM for 4G connectivity, so you can receive notifications and calls when you’re away from your phone which is extremely important as one can do away with carrying phones at every place especially during fitness sessions.
The response of the interface is very impressive, both while using the display or the bezel for navigation. Even under bright sunlight, the content on the watch is clearly legible and readable. There were very few instances in the month that I used this smartwatch when an app or system animation got sluggish and slowed down or there was lag, but other than this, it was smooth sailing.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is powered by a 340mAh battery which is said to offer a little more than two full days of “typical” usage. The watch can also be charged using standard Qi wireless chargers.
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- Advance health monitoring
- Trip detection
- Multi-day battery
- Enhanced Running Analysis
- Sleep Tracking
- Blood Oxygen
- 120+ Home Workout Programs
- Offer price
Specification: Samsung Galaxy Watch 3
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