The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is the next Samsung smartwatch in the successful lineup, after the first generation of Samsung Galaxy Watch. If you’re wondering where the Watch 2 is, previous leaks have suggested that Samsung would be omitting the “2” mark, probably to avoid any confusion among users due to the existence of the Watch Active 2. We’ve already seen some leaks for the Galaxy. Watch 3, featuring a serrated bezel and a smooth bezel, as well as one with the display on. Now, we have our clearest look until the next smartwatch, thanks to high-quality rendering leaked.
This render of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is courtesy of Evan ‘evleaks’ Blass, reason why there is a great confidence towards its veracity.
The device shown here comes with the model number SM-R840, which aligns with the model number of the previously filtered Serrated Bevel model. The markings on the bottom reveal that the watch will come with a 45mm stainless steel case and Gorilla Glass DX to protect the screen. Additionally, the watch will have a 5 ATM rating for water resistance. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is also MIL-STD-810G certified, which is a military certification that attests to the durability of a device, so the watch is likely to handle a drop or two very well. The device will also come with integrated GPS for positioning and route tracking. The black leather strap also appears to be easily replaceable, so it is still a huge advantage for the lineup.
For the front, there is not much to dissect. We see two buttons on the side, which are probably useful for navigating the watch’s UX. The Galaxy Watch 3 is expected to keep the rotating bezel, but there is no hint of rotating functionality in this particular render, although the bezel that could conceivably rotate has no markings or markings, so that’s a good sign. Minute marks appear on the internal bezel, just above the screen.
Previous leaks have indicated that the Galaxy Watch Active 3 will come in two body sizes: 41mm and 45mm, and the screens will be 1.2-inch and 1.4-inch. The body materials will be titanium or stainless steel, and there will be variants only for WiFi and LTE. The battery sizes are 247 mAh and 340 mAh, respectively. Both models will have 1 GB of RAM, 5 ATM water resistance, MIL-STD-810G durability rating, and GPS compatibility. The Galaxy Watch 3 should also be able to monitor ECG and blood pressure. The device will run on Tizen OS, and that’s probably the best thing to see the status of Google’s Android Wear operating system. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is expected to be unveiled alongside the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Fold 2 at Samsung Unpacked 2020 in August.
Source: Evan Blass’ Patreon