Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 titanium version will be available in October


last month, Samsung officially released the Galaxy Watch 3 National Bank version, 41mm Bluetooth version 2,999 yuan, 45mm LTE version 3799 yuan, 45mm Bluetooth version 3099 yuan. Now according to a report from the foreign media NeoWin, Samsung has announced that it will launch a titanium version of the Galaxy Watch 3 in the United States on October 2.

According to officials, the titanium Galaxy Watch 3 is durable and has passed the MIL-STD-810G certification. It is waterproof and lighter. The 45mm version in titanium weighs 43 grams, compared to 53.8 grams in the stainless steel version.

Naijatechnews has reported that the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is equipped with a subtle rotating bezel and a larger screen-to-body ratio, which is thinner and smaller than the previous generation, with a weight reduction of about 15%. Galaxy Watch3 is made of high-quality genuine leather strap, and the back of the strap is made of anti-tarnish reinforced leather to make the strap more durable.

In terms of functions, Galaxy Watch3 uses red LEDs and infrared to estimate your blood oxygen saturation, that is, the oxygen content in your blood. Blood oxygen saturation can directly reflect your physical condition, so you can use Samsung Galaxy Watch3 to arrange your daily activities. Galaxy Watch3 automatically detects a serious fall through its enhanced accelerometer, and can send your emergency contact location and distress signal when an emergency occurs.


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