Samsung is reportedly working on a new fitness tracker, the Galaxy Fit 3, which could be launched in early 2024. The device is expected to have a larger display, a sleek design, and various health and fitness features to compete with other popular bands like the Fitbit Charge 6 and the Xiaomi Mi Band 8 Pro.
According to leaked images from 91mobiles, the Galaxy Fit 3 will have a wider body with rounded corners, a physical power button, and a microphone on the right edge. The display size will be increased from the 1.1-inch AMOLED screen of the Galaxy Fit 2, which was released in September 2020. The device will also come in three color variants: Grey, Gold, and Black.
The Galaxy Fit 3 will likely have a heart rate sensor, an accelerometer, a gyro motion sensor, and possibly a GPS tracker for more accurate outdoor activity monitoring. It is also rumored that the device will support NFC for mobile payments, which was missing in the previous model. The operating system and the battery life of the Galaxy Fit 3 are still unknown, but it is possible that Samsung will use its own proprietary software or a stripped-down version of Wear OS.
The Galaxy Fit 3 is expected to be priced around £50/$60/€60, which is similar to the Galaxy Fit 2. This makes it an affordable option for fitness enthusiasts who want a reliable and stylish tracker. Samsung may announce the Galaxy Fit 3 along with the Galaxy S24 smartphone in January 2024, but this is not confirmed yet. Stay tuned for more updates on this upcoming device.