Companies have long been unable to keep their news secret – insiders constantly receive and publish all the most important information about expected devices. This is very difficult to deal with, and we can hardly blame Samsung for the latest details about the Galaxy Watch 3. Today we can only thank the insider Evan Blass and see the promo video posted by him.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 promo video
In previous leaks, almost all the basic specifications of the upcoming smartwatch were already disclosed. We know that the Galaxy Watch 3 will be made in a round design that has already become a habit for Samsung. There are two versions to choose from 41 and 45 mm. The first will have a 1.2-inch display, the second will receive a 1.4-inch screen. The AMOLED panel itself has Gorilla Glass protection.
The smartwatch will arrive with a storage memory of 8 GB and 1GB of RAM. The Galaxy Watch 3 corresponds to IP68 and MIL-STD-810G standards. This means that it is not afraid of dust and diving.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 7, 2020
And today we saw a promotional video, which Samsung was likely to show at the presentation. It shows several dials at once, but the emphasis is on the communication capabilities of the watch.
Galaxy Watch 3 support page goes live, launch seems imminent
Since the last couple of weeks, we’ve been hearing a lot about the much-awaited next-gen Galaxy Watch 3 wearable. The next iteration of the original Galaxy Watch has been long-delayed considered Samsung didn’t even launch the second iteration. Well, the Galaxy Watch fans will now finally see the next iteration coming in. After making its way to numerous render leaks and certifications, the smartwatch has now made its way to the support page. Samsung India has yesterday added a support page for Galaxy Watch 3. This suggests that the product is inching closer to the official launch.
Just like with most Samsung products, the support page generally goes live before the official launch and that’s the same case with the upcoming Galaxy Watch 3. The support page mentions two model numbers namely SM-R845F and SM-R850. These model numbers correspond to the 41mm and 45mm variant. Speaking of variants, it looks like the wearable will arrive in nine different configurations across two sizes. We should see two build options namely Titanium and Stainless Steel as well. Lastly, there will be LTE and non-LTE (i.e. WiFi) variants. All of these combined will result in 9 different configs across two sizes.