More about Samsung's Galaxy Fit 3 continues to surface close to the fitness and sleep tracker's launch date. Apparently, the alleged two new colors of the wearable were spotted with confirmation of its larger battery capacity.
Samsung's wearable range includes its capable Galaxy Fit fitness and sleep trackers. The Galaxy Fit 2 (review) was the last model released close to three years ago, making it overdue for a proper successor. From what we do know, Samsung might launch the Galaxy Fit 3 soon where it might debut alongside the Galaxy S24 event in January.
Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 colors and battery size
Following leaked renders, a new set of official-looking Galaxy Fit 3 pictures have been shared (via 91Mobiles), confirming the black and silver variants on top of the pink that we already know. What's easily noticeable is the black or graphite enclosure paired to a gray wristband while the silver will receive a white finish. The buttons on each also match the case color.
Apart from the three options, it's unknown if there will be additional colors the Fit 3 will arrive in. In terms of other features and specifications, the Galaxy Fit 3 sports a larger touch display in a rectangular format. In addition, it could add Bluetooth calling capability based on the included microphone. Having integrated GPS would also be a welcome addition on top of automatic heart rate, steps, and sleep tracking.
An earlier certification also detailed the Galaxy Fit 3 featuring a larger 200 mAh battery compared to the 159 mAh found in its predecessor. The additional juice will make up for the larger screen while charging the tracker is performed via custom connectors and is rated at 5 watts.
There is no word on the price or exact release date of the Galaxy Fit 3. Based on history, the Galaxy Fit 2 retailed for $60 a pop. Hence, these upgrades in the upcoming fitness tracker point to a possible price increase. Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S24 series and its first smart ring tracker dubbed as the Galaxy Ring in January next year, so it's possible there's room for another device to share the spotlight with.
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