Galaxy Watch 3 confirms hands-on video specs, and more


The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 has now been leaked in hand-to-hand video showing the updated design and confirms several new hardware and software additions along with it.



[Update 08/04]: The Galaxy Watch 3 is actually officially unveiled before giving or taking about 24 hours, but yet more videos have leaked – this time courtesy of Evan Blass aka @evleaks. He shared several setup videos from what appears to be AT&T setup clips for LTE-enabled smart wearables.

When those Galaxy Watch 3 finally arrive in the US carrier, the short clips look like they’ll be in the help sections of the AT&T website. Everything looks very comfortable and there are some tips and tricks for removing and calling the watch band as well. Do they show us something we were not expecting or did not already know? No, but it’s still more information about the smartwatch before launch.


[Update 07/28]: The Galaxy Watch 3 has now appeared in a proper unboxing video courtesy of YouTuber The Mobile Central, unveiled next week on Unpacked 2020 with the Note 20 Series, Tab S7 / S7 + and Galaxy Buds Live.

The unboxing video showcases the Mystic Bronze colorway, complete with a bronze style strap. It is far larger (and higher resolution) than the Galaxy Watch Frontier Edition and a 41mm crown compared to the previous generation. The color is one of the most impressive new additions.

The rotating bezel shows the same Galaxy Watch setup we all know and love, but you can see it appropriately in the full video below:


This short hands-on video has been uploaded to YouTube by TechTalkTV and while the three-minute video doesn’t have many big surprises, it pretty much confirms what we already knew as well as giving us brand new hardware Let’s take a proper look. .

We get a glimpse of the 41 mm version of the Galaxy Watch 3, which comes with a physical external bezel with a 1.2-inch AMOLED display. It seems as if it is significantly reduced compared to previous generations, while the buttons are much flatter than the previous model.

The design feels like a modification of the previous Galaxy Watch model but with some significant modifications. The rotating bezel will let you control most of the UI – which is the main selling point of the device. The IP68 Water and Dust Resistance Plus 5ATM rating means this smartwatch will be ideal for active wearers.

This short video also confirms that the Galaxy Watch 3 will come with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of onboard storage. The stainless steel frame and leather strap are also on display, also called thanks to the ratings board listing over the past few weeks.

A notable addition is an ECG measurement sensor and blood pressure monitor. Again, all these additions ensure that the Galaxy Watch 3 can keep pace with the Apple Watch Series 5 in terms of features.

We were expecting to see the Galaxy Watch 3 ahead of the Note 20 series but it looks like it will be unveiled with the upcoming flagship smartphones. Tell us what you are expecting from the Galaxy Unpacked event in the comments section below.

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