Samsung is reportedly working on a new fitness tracker, the Galaxy Fit 3, which could be launched soon. The device has been leaked in some official-looking renders, revealing its design and features.
The Galaxy Fit 3 is expected to have a larger and more colorful AMOLED display than its predecessor, the Galaxy Fit 2, which had a 1.1-inch screen. The device also seems to have a single button on the side and a heart rate sensor on the back. It is unclear if the device will have other sensors, such as SpO2, body temperature, or GPS.
The Galaxy Fit 3 may also offer more fitness and health tracking features, such as onboard storage for music, cashless payments, and third-party app compatibility. The device could also run on Google’s Wear OS, which would give it access to a wider range of apps and services.
The Galaxy Fit 3 could be a long-awaited upgrade for Samsung fans, who have not seen a new smartband from the company since 2020. The device could compete with other popular fitness trackers, such as the Fitbit Charge 5, the Xiaomi Mi Band 6, and the Huawei Band 6.
The price and launch date of the Galaxy Fit 3 are still unknown, but some reports suggest that the device could be unveiled in the second half of 2022 or the first half of 2023. The device has also passed the FCC certification, which indicates that it is ready for launch. The Galaxy Fit 3 could be a great option for those looking for a sleek and smart fitness tracker.