Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 is expected to launch with a bigger display. Ahead of the official launch, the user manual for the upcoming fitness tracker has surfaced online.
The images from the Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 manual reveal a display with a wider aspect ratio compared to previous Fit models, resembling Apple Watch’s design. It will include an always-on display (AOD) feature.
It will come with an optical heart rate sensor, heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen level tracking, stress tracking, step counting, and exercise tracking.
The device will also be capable of monitoring sleep patterns, although the accuracy of the results may be lower compared to Galaxy smartwatches.
Samsung will provide features like customisable watch faces, timers, and weather updates, along with a range of health and wellness functionalities.
The user manual reveals a convenient feature where the water lock automatically activates when engaging in water-based exercises like in a pool or open water swimming.
The device boasts an IPX8 water-resistant rating, allowing it to withstand submersion in 1.5 meters of fresh water for up to 30 minutes without affecting its functionality.
Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 features (expected)
The Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 is anticipated to feature a 1.6-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 256 x 402, accompanied by a selection of over 100 watch faces. It is also expected to support more than 100 workout modes and offer smart notifications. With regards to battery life, the fitness band is projected to last up to 13 days on a single charge.
Earlier, it was revealed that the Galaxy Fit 3 will arrive with a bigger display than the Galaxy Fit 2. The upcoming fitness tracker to get a side button that will most likely act as a power button for the fitness tracker.
The charging pins are seen at the bottom of the Galaxy Fit 3. It will come in three colour options of Grey, Gold, and Black. There might be a Rose Gold colour option as well.