The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 has now leaked in the flesh for the first time showing us just what to expect in terms of design.
A listing from South Korea’s NRRA certification site, similarly to the FCC listings at an earlier date, has inadvertently given us our first proper look at the upcoming smartwatch (via MySmartPrice). We already had a good idea of what to expect, but often designs don’t tell the whole story.
In these leaked images, we can see the differences between the 41mm and 45mm Galaxy Watch 3 devices. They both have almost identical layouts, with a stainless steel case, side-bezel buttons, and the chronometer markings along the edge of the 1.4 and 1.2-inch displays respectively.
It looks as though the rotating bezel has returned, but it’s hard to accurately tell if the bezel will be able to rotate from the images shared. That said, we are led to believe that the hardware feature will make a return.
The fact that the Galaxy Watch 3 is steadily passing through global regulators does hint that a launch date is around the corner. Although we would still wager that we’ll see the smartwatch alongside the Galaxy Note 20 series at some point in August.
We have a good idea of the specifications that the Galaxy Watch 3 will come packing thanks to another earlier leak. The Galaxy Watch 3 will apparently offer 8GB of storage, support LTE and GPS, ECG support, blood pressure monitoring, and of course the standard heart rate sensor too. Both watches will also come with IP68 and MIL-STD-810G ratings for added durability.
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