Samsung’s upcoming fitness tracker, the Galaxy Fit 3, has been prematurely revealed through multiple sources. The device was accidentally included on Samsung’s website and the official user manual is now available online. Additionally, a hands-on video showcasing the Galaxy Fit 3 has surfaced.
Design and Display
In the video, the Galaxy Fit 3 is shown in two color options: black/dark gray and silver with a white wrist strap. It also features a wider rectangular display compared to its predecessor, the Fit 2. This design change is expected to improve readability for texts and enhance the overall user experience.
Specifications and Features
Reports suggest that the Galaxy Fit 3 will come with a 1.1-inch always-on AMOLED display and a 5ATM rating for water resistance. It is also expected to be equipped with an optical heart rate sensor for precise health monitoring. The device will track vital metrics such as heart rate, blood oxygen levels, and stress levels. Additionally, it will offer features like step counting, exercise tracking, and sleep pattern analysis for comprehensive well-being insights.
The Galaxy Fit 3 may have a 200 mAh battery capacity, which is a notable increase of 41 mAh compared to its predecessor. It is expected to support 5W charging.
While Samsung has not officially announced a release date for the Galaxy Fit 3, retail sightings suggest that its launch is imminent. Stay tuned for more updates on this highly anticipated fitness tracker.