- It comes with the ability to measure blood oxygen levels (SpO2).
- The device will also available in LTE version.
- Samsung using Exynos 9110 processor to power the device.
Along with its new smartphones, Samsung has unveiled a new Smartwatch which is dubbed as Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 and the device is coming in two variants along with cool features including the blood oxygen level monitoring, ECG, and more. The company has used its own processor to power the device and offers an awesome designing language. So, without wasting any time let’s check out the complete specification details along with the pricing and availability information.
Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Watch 3
The smartwatch unveiled in two sizes – 45mm and 41mm, with 1.4 inch display and 1.2 inch display respectively and the same also features Super AMOLED and 360 x 360 pixels resolution along with the protection of Gorilla Glass DX. The bezel will be able to rotate and also to navigate across the OS.
Under the hood, it is powered by an Exynos 9110 chipset with dual-core CPU at 1.15 GHz and matted with 1GB RAM along with 8GB storage and the same also comes with a version with LTE modem and eSIM. Galaxy watch 3 also comes with the ability to measure the blood oxygen levels (SpO2) and will also offer information about the blood pressure and ECG.
The newly unveiled Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 also offers IP68 water and dust protection and supports the MIL-STD-810G standard for durability. The device runs on Tizen 5.5 and ships with a battery of 340 mAh or 247 mAh, depending on the size, and the same also supports wireless charging, as well as the standard one with magnetic circular pad.
Pricing and availability
The pricing starts at €429 for the 41mm and €459 for the 45mm version. The LTE variants cost €479 and €509. The device will available in selected markets from today and the European market will receive the device from August 21.