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Galaxy S3 Watch – Design, Monitor, Features, and More
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Galaxy S3 Watch – Design, Monitor, Features, and More

Galaxy S3 Watch

Samsung Galaxy S3 watch has been in the smartwatch game for a long time. Things started in a very different place than where they are today.

But according to the Galaxy Watch’s latest addition, the up and down journey has been worth it.

What’s the difference?

There are two size options on the Galaxy Watch: 42mm and 46mm. The 46mm classical has a silver casing with a 22mm substitutable strap.

While the 42mm comes with a black case or else a rose gold casing and a 20mm substitutable strap.

Whichever you choose, there is a rotating bezel, which rotates incredibly smoothly, that fits perfectly on top of the AMOLED screen.

while only the two physical buttons are located on the side of the case. A heart rate monitor is located at the bottom.

Design: size and strap options:

  • However, 42mm size: 41.9 x 45.7 x 12.7mm, Also, 49g, 20mm strap
  • 46mm size: 46 x 49 x 13mm, Also, 63g, 22mm strap
  • IP68 waterproof and dustproof / MIL-STD-810G
  • Stainless steel construction

Samsung did an excellent job with the Gear S3 in 2016.

The two models, Classic and Frontier, were arguably the best-looking and best-made wearable devices Samsung had complete to date, and the Samsung Galaxy Watch endures this legacy


  • 46 mm: 1.3 inches, AMOLED | 42 mm: 1.2 inches, AMOLED
  • 360 x 360-pixel resolution
  • Also, Corning Gorilla DX + glass

The Galaxy s3 Watch features a Super AMOLED display on both models, a staple option in Samsung goods for years.

The 46mm perfect has a 1.3-inch screen, while the 42mm perfect has a 1.2-inch screen, offering 360 x 360 pixels, just like the Gear S3.

And it’s a great display. Little has changed from previous generations, but little needed to change. The screen is colorful, bright, and, from arm’s length, sharp.

More positively, you can switch it to “Always On” mode, which regularly shows the time, even with the second hand, although dimmer than when fully activated.

Battery life and charging:

  • 46mm: 472mAh battery, up to 7 days
  • 42mm: 270mAh battery, up to 4 days
  • Bluetooth model: 768MB RAM / 4GB storage
  • LTE model: 1.5 GB RAM / 4 GB storage

Though we’ve seen both sizes, it’s the 46mm model that’s being tested here. Its larger size means a more spacious battery, making it last much longer than the 42mm model.

Samsung claims that the 46mm model can last up to seven days, which, given our testing, is surprisingly

With regular daily use of the smartwatch, the Always-On display turned on, and a couple of tracked workouts.

We found that I had three to four days between charges. Still, with roughly a 25 percent battery drop per day, that’s great by most smartwatch standards, so we’re very impressed.

If you want, you can stretch further by turning off the Always-On display, turning off the heart rate monitor, or turning off Wi-Fi. But for the most part, we have found that to be unnecessary.

Fitness and features:

  • Built-in GPS and heart rate monitor
  • Reflex exercise tracking
  • Samsung Pay

In terms of suitability, the Galaxy Watch will automatically recognize six activities: walking, running, cycling, elliptical, rowing, and dynamic training.

But 40 other exercises can be started manually. As you would expect, all the data is synced with Samsung Health.

The Galaxy s3 Watch will also track your sleep, creating a log that includes four stages of sleep. It can also monitor stress levels and provide guided breathing, all of which fitness trackers like the Fitbit Charge 2 also offer.

What’s cool about the Samsung is that these fitness features are built into a capable, full-featured smartwatch, so you don’t have to choose between a good fitness tracker or a useful smartwatch.

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