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Earlier last month, Samsung rolled out 5 new devices on its Galaxy Unpacked event, including the most awaited Galaxy Watch 3. Although the new Watch 3 of Samsung is already satisfying with its bold features such as sleep tracking and more, the South Korean manufacturer still has more to boast.
The company announced the newest Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 Titan in Germany, proudly presenting its titanium casing. Stainless steel is out, and titanium is in for Samsung. The new variant will be available in 45mm size comes only in Titanium Gray color.
Although the Galaxy Watch 3 Titan is only supported with Bluetooth and does not come in with LTE, it looks more stunning and lightweight than the first Watch 3. The Titan only weighs 43g being lighter than the standard one weighing 53.8g. However, you can expect that the price of the premium is at a higher level too.
Both variants have the same Gorilla Glass DX for display protection as well as with their internal operating system. Similar to the previous Galaxy Watch 3, it also has a rotating bezel to navigate through the user interface.
Galaxy Watch 3 Titan’s internal storage is composed of 8GB and 1GB RAM along with a dual-core Exynos 9110 chipsets. It is also water-resistant that can take up to 5ATM and MIL-STD 810G. Moreover, it has a working ECG sensor that can run to Android 5.0 or above with at least 1.5GB RAM and iPhone 5 or above running on at least iOS 9.
Starting September 18, the latest released Galaxy Watch 3 Titan will be expected in Germany. But, the South Korean company has also launched along with the premium watch is its Galaxy Fit 2 fitness tracker that will be available from October 2. There is still no update from Samsung about the release of both devices in other countries.