Following the launch of Samsung’s latest flagship Galaxy S24 series and its first smart ring, the Galaxy Ring, rumors are circulating that the company is working on a fitness tracker. The Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 has appeared on various leak and certification sites since last November. Most recently, the Galaxy Fit 3, which was briefly featured on Samsung’s official website, was quickly removed, but some screenshots were shared.
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In the images Samsung accidentally released, the Galaxy Fit 3 appears to retain the rectangular design we’ve seen in leaks. The device features orange and black color straps and a physical button on the right edge. According to the specs list shared by Samsung Community, the Galaxy Fit 3 will feature a 1.57-inch AMOLED display. The device will have an aluminum body, IP68 certification and 5ATM water resistance, and will weigh 18.5 grams. The screen size offers a significant improvement over the Galaxy Fit 2, which launched in 2020.
Samsung Galaxy Fit 3’s leaked specs create excitement
In terms of fitness features, the Galaxy Fit 3 will be equipped with an optical heart rate sensor, sleep tracking, light sensor and fall detection. It will support more than 100 exercise modes, but lacks built-in GPS, speaker and NFC.
Leaks suggest that the Galaxy Fit 3 will offer up to 13 days of battery life. The device will also offer useful features such as notifications, music control, camera control, phone locator and more.
Although the price of the Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 has not yet been announced, the device is expected to be available with a price tag of around $80. This accidental listing suggests that the device could be released very soon.