Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 follows Samsung’s custom of making a smartwatch seem to be like a conventional watch, total with a round face.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3, was announced alongside the Galaxy Note 20 series. The replacement to the first Galaxy Watch from 2018, the new Galaxy Watch 3 highlights a new plan; a lot of wellness following alternatives, and an underlying blood oxygen screen. The last element will be helpful in keeping a mind your SpO2 levels, particularly with respiratory sicknesses, for example, COVID-19 around.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 uses a 1.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a 360×360 resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass DX for scratch protection. The display is excellent, with good brightness, punchy colours, and sharp text.
Performance & Battery:
Contrasted with a Wear OS watch, the Galaxy Watch 3 is a lot quicker and simpler to use, with performance comparable to late Apple Watch models. It actually can take a couple of beats to dispatch an outsider application (which you presumably won’t do frequently; more on that later), yet Samsung’s own applications and the gadgets load rapidly and give the majority of the information you’re probably going to require.
Charging the Galaxy Watch 3 is a bit of a pain, only because it takes well over two hours to charge fully, which in 2020, feels like a lifetime. The watch charges at just 5W, which leaves no chance for improvement using a faster wireless charger.
What’s the difference between Galaxy Watch and active?
Both the standard Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch Active are extraordinary watches. The standard Galaxy Watch is somewhat chunkier and not exactly as lovely, however it has a superior battery life. The Galaxy Watch Active, then again, looks somewhat better and is lighter, which is useful for wearing while at the same time practicing or playing sports.
Dimension- 46.2 x 45 x 11.1 mm (1.82 x 1.77 x 0.44 in)
Display- 1.4 inches, Super AMOLED/ Corning Gorilla Glass DX
OS/ Chipset- Tizen-based wearable OS 5.5/ Exynos 9110