Galaxy Fit 3 Design Leaks Suggest Upcoming Launch!
The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Fit 3, which has been the subject of speculation for quite some time, is now on the brink of release. Initial rumors suggesting a 2022 launch came and went, but recent leaked design renders indicate that the launch of the Galaxy Fit 3 is imminent. While Samsung has not officially confirmed this smart wearable, industry expectations are high for its introduction in the near future. Positioned as the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Fit 2, unveiled in October 2022, the Galaxy Fit 3 is generating significant interest.
A recent WindowsReport post has unveiled leaked renders of the alleged Galaxy Fit 3, showcasing a rose gold color option and a wider display compared to its predecessor. The case exhibits a sleek metallic design, and from the images, it appears that the fitness tracker has non-removable straps, presented in a charming light pink hue.
The leaked renders also reveal a button on the right edge of the case, sparking speculation that it could serve as a shortcut or a dedicated back button. According to reports, the Galaxy Fit 3 tracker might feature Wear OS instead of the rtOS-based operating system found in the Galaxy Fit 2.
Further details disclosed in the renders indicate the inclusion of an optical heart rate monitor, with sensors visible on the back of the case. Pogo charging pins are also apparent in the images, suggesting a convenient charging mechanism. Despite these insights, additional information about the device remains undisclosed, and enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting further updates in the coming weeks.
It's worth noting that the Galaxy Fit 2, priced at Rs. 3,999 in India and available in Black and Scarlet color options, boasts a 1.1-inch AMOLED display. With a 159mAh battery, it promises an impressive battery life of up to 21 days on a single charge. The device features sleep and stress tracking capabilities, 5ATM water resistance, and a Water Lock mode, enhancing its appeal to fitness enthusiasts.