The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 has now, for the first time, leaks into the flesh showing us just what to expect from design.
A listing from the NRRA certification site in South Korea, close to an earlier FCC listing, accidentally gave us our first proper look at the upcoming smartwatch (via MySmartPrice). We already had a clear idea of what to expect, but designs still don’t tell the entire story.
The variations between the 41 mm and 45 mm Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 devices can be seen in those leaked pictures. They both have nearly identical layouts, with a case of stainless steel, side-bezel buttons, and chronometer markings along the edge of the 1.4 and 1.2-inch displays.
It looks like the rotating bezel is back, but it’s hard to tell precisely if the bezel will be able to rotate from the shared images. That said, we ‘re led to believe the hardware feature is going to make a return.
The fact that the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is going through global regulators steadily indicates that there is around the corner a launch date. But we would still wager that at some point in August we will see the smartwatch alongside the Galaxy Note 20 series.
We have a clear understanding of the specifications that thanks to another earlier leak the Galaxy Watch 3 will come packing. Apparently, the Galaxy Watch 3 will offer 8GB of storage, LTE and GPS support, ECG support, blood pressure monitoring, and of course also the usual heart rate sensor. For additional reliability both watches will also come with IP68 and MIL-STD-810G ratings.