This is all due to the courtesy of various leaks releasing in the past couple of weeks. However, the video targets explicitly the 41mm edition of the watch, given that there are going to be two versions in total.
In correspondence with previous leaks that also involve multiple photos posted by TechTalkTV last month, the Galaxy Watch 3 is going to host a rotating bezel, and two interactive buttons on the right side. The 41mm smartwatch on display in the video is shown having a 1.2-inch screen size. Multiple reports otherwise say that the 45mm model of the watch is going to have a 1.4-inch display.
In terms of water resistance, which is quite a popular feature of watches of such caliber, the IP68 water resistance enables you to dive deep, as it offers resistance up to 50m and up to 10 minutes. Also, the watch is going to have an ECG, blood, and heart rate sensors.
Recently, the Companion App was also made available to download. It packs gesture controls, and another software leak hinted towards customizable watch faces and upgraded apps.
Samsung’s latest tech event, termed as “Galaxy Unpacked,” is set to launch on the 5th of August this year. With that being said, there are elevated chances of Galaxy Watch 3 being one of the five devices that Samsung intends to highlight. Other significant names include the Galaxy Z Fold 2, the Galaxy Buds Live true wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Tab S7 tablet, and lastly, the Galaxy Note 20 smartphone.
XDA Developers have brought forward exciting news. They affirm that the watch will be more flexible with gesture controls. For instance, you could clench your fist to answer a call, and unclench it to make everything right.
Additionally, you’re to get a built-in speaker with the watch that holds the capacity to launch a call all by itself. On the other hand, Watch 3 wearers can decline to receive a call just by shaking their hands.
A brand-new feature that further consolidates the sense of compassion with which Samsung has built its tech is fall detection. You take a fall, and the watch starts to ring for 60 seconds. After that, taking a 5-second recording and the user’s location, your predetermined emergency contacts will know what’s up.
Finally, there’s a rumor these days; without any hindrances, Samsung is gaining immense popularity as the days go by, and the rumor is how it’s changing the way screenshots are taken. Wearers of the Galaxy Watch 3, just press the buttons on the side of the watch together to take a “screengrab”. Previously, users had to opt for the button at the bottom and swiping to the left side of the screen for a successful screengrab.