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During the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event, one of the newest Galaxy gadgets launched was the Galaxy Watch 3. Along with Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy Tab S7, and Galaxy Buds Live.
Besides bringing back the smartwatch physical bezel, another exciting feature of the Galaxy Watch 3 is its ECG monitoring. However, the function will be rolling out first in South Korea and the United States as Samsung awaits the approval of ECG certification in other countries.
Moreover, the latest Samsung smartwatch comes in with a feature that can check the users’ oxygen consumption during training or resting. The update also brings in the VO2 Max Measurement along with the movement detections. Similar to the feature of Apple Watch, which can detect and perform action accessible through hand movements.
Users from selected countries can also monitor their Blood Oxygen. But, it will not be available in other countries such as Algeria, Angola, Canada, France, Iran, Japan, South Africa, Thailand, and Libya.
We must not forget the sleep tracking functionality of the Galaxy Watch 3 for users to track their sleep patterns. The new update also includes an Advance Running Analysis feature added to its fitness tracking functionality.
You can avail Galaxy Watch 41mm variant for $400, while the 45 mm would be available at $430 with three colors to choose from, such as Black, Gold/Bronze, and Silver.
Galaxy Watch 3 still includes protection against dust and waterproofing for up to 5 atmospheres. You don’t also need to worry as well when your smartwatch accidentally fell as it has military-grade shock and fall protection.
In terms of storage, it has 8GB internal memory along with its 1GB RAM and a battery of 340mAh and 247mAh. Both models also allow connectivity with your smartphones and other devices through Bluetooth along with the LTE variant.