Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 Almost Here, Spotted In Store And Pricing Revealed

Samsung has not yet revealed an official release date for the Galaxy Fit 3.

Samsung Galaxy Fit 3

Samsung's newest fitness tracker, the Galaxy Fit 3, seems to be headed for an earlier release than anticipated. The Galaxy Fit 3's user manual has surfaced online, and the device has already been sighted in stores ahead of its official announcement, according to a report by 9to5 Google. The fitness tracker would provide typical smartwatch functionalities along with a range of health and wellness benefits, such as food and calorie monitoring, step tracking, and workout logging.

Samsung has not yet revealed an official release date for the Galaxy Fit 3. However, it has been accidentally listed on the official website multiple times before any announcement. Additionally, the user manual for the upcoming fitness tracker has emerged online, revealing some key details. Furthermore, its design suggests a similarity to the apple watch, notably with its rectangular display.

Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 Specs, Features, Price (Expected

Building on the foundation of the Galaxy Fit 2, the Galaxy Fit 3 is said to introduce several enhancements that elevate it to almost the level of a full-fledged smartwatch. Recent leaks have hinted at features such as emergency SOS capabilities and fall detection.

The Galaxy Fit 3 would boast a larger square AMOLED display with a single interaction button positioned on the right side. Notably, samsung is touting an impressive 13-day battery life, surpassing any of the Galaxy watch models currently available.

It has to be noted that there has been a hiatus of over three years since the release of the last Galaxy Fit smart band, and it is now that samsung has chosen to revive the line with the Galaxy Fit 3. Recent extensive leaks have provided insights, and someone has even managed to capture a photo of the retail box for the band, offering a glimpse at the price, as per GSMArena. These boxes were sighted in a store in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, showcasing both the black and silver color options. Based on earlier leaks, a pink gold variant may also be available.

The appearance of the device in the store also confirms a starting price for the wearable, at least in Tanzania. According to the leak, the wearable was listed at TZS 250,000, which roughly translates to around $100 or 90 euros.

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