The official launch date is not yet confirmed, but it is rumoured that it could take place during the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event.
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Samsung is taking steps forward in the world of fitness tracking devices, and leaks about the new Galaxy Fit 3 are piquing the interest of users.
A year ago, it was revealed that the company was working on this new tracker to expand its range of Galaxy Watches, and now the first images showing the design of the upcoming device have been leaked.
First images of the new Samsung Galaxy Fit 3
The images of the Galaxy Fit 3, leaked by Windows Report, reveal that this fitness tracker features a larger screen compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy Fit 2. The appearance resembles more that of a smartwatch, although it is unlikely to run on Wear OS, unlike the Galaxy Watches.
The rectangular OLED screen, with thin bezels, suggests direct competition with models like the Fitbit Charge 6 and the Xiaomi Band 8. On the right side, there is a single button, but the presence of a speaker is not observed, indicating that it might lack the ability to receive calls or have a complete voice assistant.
The images showcase the Galaxy Fit 3 in a pink/gold tone, with a heart rate sensor on the back and two pogo-pin connectors for charging. The silicone strap, reminiscent of a watch, offers comfort, although it does not appear to be replaceable.
Although not confirmed yet, there is a possibility that it may have GPS, a feature absent in the Galaxy Fit and the Galaxy Fit 2. Additionally, it could support music streaming via Bluetooth, but these features will only be confirmed with the official announcement.
While it is likely that the Galaxy Fit 3 will not run Wear OS, suggesting a battery life of one or two weeks on a single charge, it also means it will lack the smart applications characteristic of the Galaxy Watch lineup.
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