Samsung is preparing to launch Galaxy Fit 3, aimed at people looking for a simple but effective fitness tracker. Recent leaks about its design, retail packaging, and price have revealed many details. And a new leaked user manual has provided valuable insight into what users can expect from this upcoming device.
Galaxy Fit 3 boasts a sleek rectangular touchscreen display and an optical heart rate sensor for accurate health monitoring. It will track key metrics such as heart rate, blood oxygen levels, and stress levels, and provide features such as step counting, exercise tracking, and sleep analysis for a comprehensive overview of a person’s well-being.
In terms of customization, users can count on a variety of watch faces and widgets to personalize their experience. In addition, a quick release button allows for hassle-free strap changes.
Despite its compact design, the Galaxy Fit 3 promises impressive battery life, reportedly lasting more than three weeks on a single charge. Previous reports have shown that the smartwatch will be IP68 certified and will have a water resistance of 5 ATM, which means it can be worn while swimming.
Although there is no official announcement from Samsung yet, it is expected that Galaxy Fit 3 will be announced at MWC 2024, which will take place from February 26 to 29.