The Galaxy Watch 3 is expected to be unveiled sometime next month, but most of its features have been leaked. We had exclusively leaked its specifications last week and then the live images of the smartwatch were revealed just one day later, thanks to NRRA certification. Now, more images of the Galaxy Watch 3 have been leaked, and this time, the display is turned on.
The Galaxy Watch 3’s app launcher and Settings menu are visible in the leaked image. All the usual Samsung stock apps seem to be are present on the device. If you can notice, the app icons for Calendar and Galaxy Store apps seem to have a slightly different design and color. This points towards a newer version of Tizen OS that could be unveiled alongside the upcoming smartwatch. The Galaxy Watch 3 also has a physical rotating bezel and two buttons on the right side.
As we reported earlier, the Galaxy Watch 3 will come in two different sizes: 41mm and 45mm. The 41mm version will have a 1.2-inch screen, while the 45mm version will have a 1.4-inch screen. Both variants will have Gorilla Glass DX protection, IP68 certification, and an MIL-STD-810G compliant design. The watch will have 1GB RAM and 8GB storage. It will run Tizen OS 5.5, and feature Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi.
Other features of the Galaxy Watch 3 include an accelerometer, heart-rate monitor, ECG, blood pressure monitoring, and sleep tracking. The 41mm version of the smartwatch will be powered by a 247mAh battery, while a 340mAh battery will power the 45mm variant. The watch will be available in stainless steel and titanium finishes.