The new Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 titanium model is just like the chrome steel model that Samsung released earlier this year, with the exception of the case material (obviously) and therefore the inclusion of an identical titanium bracelet rather than a leather strap.
Providing a holistic and opulent design, a premium metal strap are going to be included within the box.
The smartwatch comes in Mystic Black to enrich the body of the smartwatch and features a texture that matches the design and feel of the Titanium model. On top of that, it's easy to regulate the strap length, so regardless of the wrist size, the Galaxy Watch3 Titanium will fit perfectly.
Price of Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 titanium : Bluetooth and therefore the 4G model of Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 (41mm) are priced at Rs 29,990 and Rs 34,990, respectively. Similarly, the Galaxy Watch 3 (45mm) Bluetooth and 4G variants are priced at Rs 32,990 and Rs 38,990, respectively.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 Titanium features, specifications : Samsung says that it's created a titanium smartwatch model for the primary time. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 Titanium is claimed to be lightweight and sturdy .
The retail box of the smartwatch will accompany a premium Mystic Black colour metal strap which will complement the body of the Bluetooth smartwatch and features a texture that matches the design and feel of the 45mm Mystic Black Titanium body.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 was launched with a 1.2-inch circular Super AMOLED display on the 41mm variant and a 1.4-inch display on the 45mm variant with an equivalent 360x360 pixels resolution.
The smartwatch is powered by the dual-core Exynos 9110 CPU and Mali-T720 GPU. The smartwatch packs 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, and runs on Tizen-based Wearable OS 5.5.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 comes with IP68 water and mud resistance. It comes with Bluetooth 5.0, and therefore the LTE models have eSIM support for 4G connectivity.
Users also get GPS, a 247mAh battery on the 41mm variant and a 340mAh battery on the 45mm variant.
There IS an oxygen saturation (SpO2) sensor, however, it isn't known whether the feature are going to be offered in India. Samsung has also added a visit Detection feature to permit users to send a custom SOS aware of emergency contacts.
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