Just as the weekend began, the official Galaxy Watch 3 user manual provided by Evan Blass, a well-known person in the industry, was leaked. The document confirmed almost all remaining details about Samsung’s upcoming wearable product line, including its overall model structure. More specifically, Samsung will provide 41mm and 45mm models, each of which provides configurations that only support Bluetooth 5.0 and support LTE.
As previously reported, 5G is definitely not a thing this year, mainly due to the energy-intensive initial application of the technology. Both case sizes will be available in Mystic Silver, while Mystic Black and Mystic Bronze will be unique to the 45mm and 41mm versions, respectively. Stainless steel is expected to become Samsung’s preferred building material again, but titanium alloys are expected to come out at some point.
Evolution and upgrade of Samsung wearable devices
Ultimately, this will be a largely iterative update of Samsung̵
The durability of the Galaxy Watch 3 series should be as durable as Samsung’s previous wearable devices, depending on how all new models pass the MIL-STD-810G certification, so that they have military-grade resistance to elements and mechanical damage. 5ATM and IP68 certification are also paying off. Basically, all the features of the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will be part of the package, now with a physical border for navigation.
Samsung is expected to officially announce the Galaxy Watch 3 series, as well as the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Tab S7 series on Wednesday, August 5. The new smartwatch is expected to be available at the end of this month. As for their pricing details and specific configuration combinations, the same source has been leaked last month.
- model: SM-R845
- Dimensions Watch: 46.2 x 45.0 x 11.1 mm
- display: 1.4 inch/35.56 mm round Super AMOLED
- CPU: Exynos 9110
- model: SM-R855
- Dimensions Watch: 42.5 x 41.0 x 11.3 mm
- display: 1.2 inch/30.2 mm round Super AMOLED
- CPU: Exynos 9110