Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 wins Bluetooth certification in five different variants
Samsung’s new generation of smartwatches, which recently gained leaks showing its possible design, bringing back the physical crown around the screen, has just been contemplated with records on the Bluetooth SIG.
With a launch scheduled for July, the Galaxy Watch 3 now goes through all the bureaucracy involving its approval, having already passed through regulatory bodies like the FCC in the USA, 3C in China, NRRA in South Korea, NBTC in Thailand and more.
In Bluetooth SIG the model was registered in no less than five different variants, represented by the model codes SM-R845U, SM-R845F, SM-R840, SM-R845N and SM-R8450 .
All of these represent the 41 mm Galaxy Watch 3 Wi-Fi and LTE models – the 45 mm version, identified by the SM-R850 and SM-R855 models, should be approved soon.
The wearables will bring Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity with LE ( Low Energy ) and will feature circular AMOLED screens of 1.2 ”(41 mm models) and 1.3” (45 mm models), protected by Gorilla Glass DX. With 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage, everyone will have the Tizen OS operating system in version 5.5 on board.
The Galaxy Watch 3 will be offered in stainless steel and titanium versions, both with military certification (MIL-STD — 810G) and IP68 certification. The batteries will feature 247 mAh and 340 mAh.
Recalling that among the great highlights of the watches to come we have the presence of the ECG and also sleep monitoring.
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