Samsung Galaxy Fit3 Leaked

According to a report by Notebookcheck, Samsung’s United Arab Emirates website recently unveiled the new Galaxy Fit3 smart band. This advanced fitness tracker has seen significant upgrades compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy Fit2.

The Galaxy Fit3 boasts a 1.6-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 256 x 402, a notable increase from the Fit2’s 1.1-inch display. This larger screen offers users more information at a glance. Additionally, the device features over 100 customizable watch faces, allowing users to personalize their device with photos from their gallery.

While the Galaxy Fit3 may not have the advanced system of Wear OS, it still offers a wide range of health monitoring features through its software and hardware integration. It includes overnight sleep tracking with detailed sleep stage reports. The device is equipped with various sensors, including heart rate, blood oxygen, and barometer, providing comprehensive health monitoring. With over 100 different monitoring modes, it caters to various fitness needs.

However, the Galaxy Fit3 lacks GPS and NFC, meaning it does not support standalone navigation or payment functions. It does, however, offer basic connectivity features with a smartphone, such as handling calls, managing messages, and controlling media playback.

Other highlights of the Galaxy Fit3 include a battery life of up to 13 days, fall detection, emergency contact alerts, an IP68 rating, and fast charging capabilities. The band will be available in at least three colors: white, black, and pink, though its exact pricing remains unknown.