Galaxy users get excited Samsung has some surprises in store for the release of its new Galaxy Watch design.
After the 2018 release of the Galaxy Watch, it would seem natural for the mega electronics brand to follow up its original design with the Galaxy Watch 2. Yet, Samsung threw Android lovers, a curveball with the decision to call its predecessor the Galaxy Watch 3, according to documents obtained by MySmartPhone filed with the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) in Thailand.
While no official details on what you can expect from the new Galaxy Watch 3, here's what we were able to find out.
Here are a couple of things you really want to know just like the rest of us:
- When can we expect to see the New Galaxy Watch? No official word has been from Samsung yet on the new wearable, but we hope to see it in 2020.
- What will the Galaxy Watch cost? Based on its predecessor's pricing we figure the Samsung device will set you back $329
Confirmed Galaxy Watch 3 Features
The new watch will offer 2 sizing options, the 41mm display size, and a 45mm display size.
Display Protection with Corning Gorilla Glass XD
Up to 5ATM water-resistance
Support for up to 5W of wireless charging
Non-cellular variant option in both the models SM-R840 and SM-R850
Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity
Return of a physical rotating bezel
Aluminum, Stainless-steel and Titanium finish options
8GB of storage space
Stay locked for more official detail on the new Samsung Watch.