Over the weekend we had the curious indication that Samsung’s next smartwatch should be called Galaxy Watch 3. The South Korean must ignore that it did not launch a Galaxy Watch 2, perhaps for fear of a product with this name being confused with the Galaxy Watch Active 2, launched last year and constantly associated in promotions to the company’s top-of-the-line phones.
Practically the confirmation by that name came from the company’s website in his homeland: the South Korean website received a support page for the products, which should have versions of 41mm and 45mm, in versions with and without LTE. The page confirmed the name Galaxy Watch 3, but did not provide further information, and was quickly taken down.
Rumored to be launched alongside the Galaxy Note 20, it may be that the company’s next wearable comes out before that: this is because the existence of an online support page usually points to launch very soon. Thus, it is difficult for Samsung to hold this news until mid-August or early September when it usually offers its upgrade to the Note line.
A line of more premium watches, the Watch family usually offers a more sophisticated look, and leaks point to the existence of a variant built-in titanium.
Resources common to all versions, however, should be MIL-STD 810G military certification, resistance to 5 ATM dives, in addition to a mechanical crown for interaction with menus.
It is worth remembering that all four product variants are already on the Anatel test counter in Brazil, for approval.
And you, what do you expect from this release? Tell us in the comments!
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