Samsung plans to launch the new fitness wristband in the first half of 2024.
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Samsung is gearing up for the launch of its next fitness tracker, the Galaxy Fit 3. A leak last month showcased the design of the new wristband from the South Korean company.
Some leaks suggest that the Galaxy Fit 3 will hit the market during the first half of 2024. There is no anticipated separate launch event, as it is expected to be introduced before the scheduled release of the Galaxy Watch 7 lineup in the latter half of next year.
An event different from the January Unpacked
Insider Revegnus (@Tech_Reve) says that Samsung plans to manufacture and sell around a million units of the Galaxy Fit 3. While detailed specifications are not yet available, leaked images suggest that the device will feature a considerably larger color OLED screen than its predecessor, the Galaxy Fit 2.
It is also expected to incorporate a heart rate monitor and could offer features such as sleep tracking, GPS, accelerometer, gyroscope, and other sensors.
The Galaxy Fit 3 will be available in three attractive colors. With its enhanced screen and advanced features, the price of the Galaxy Fit 3 is likely to surpass that of its predecessor, the Galaxy Fit 2. Additionally, it has been mentioned that Samsung has plans to announce the Galaxy Buds 3 in the latter half of next year, further solidifying its presence in the wearable devices market.
Samsung plans to unveil the Galaxy Fit 3 in the first half of next year, separate from the scheduled Galaxy Unpacked event in January, with an expected volume of around one million units.
Additionally, it seems that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy Watch 7 series and the Galaxy…
— Revegnus (@Tech_Reve) December 6, 2023
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