Samsung is gearing up to unveil a new smart band dubbed Galaxy Fit 3 in the coming months, and ahead of its official launch, the wearable got leaked in a hands-on video. However, it’s worth mentioning that, the Galaxy Fit 3 looks better in person than in the marketing images.
Going toward the details, the hands-on video shows the Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 in two color options including black/dark gray and silver with a white wrist strap, which can suit anyone’s hands. Additionally, the video also reveals a couple of watch faces and a wider rectangular display that can host a complex UI.
To be mentioned, this is not the first time when we have seen the actual design of an upcoming fitness tracker, as Samsung has already listed the Galaxy Fit 3 on its official website and its user manual is also available online.
Based on leaks that we witnessed so far, the Galaxy Fit 3 will come with some upgraded capabilities from its predecessor such as a bigger display. Some reports suggest it features a 1.1-inch always-on AMOLED display with a 5ATM rating for water resistance.
It is also expected to be equipped with optical heart rate, blood oxygen, and stress level monitoring sensors. In addition, there will also be some features like step counting, exercise tracking, and sleep pattern analysis for comprehensive well-being insights.
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Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 and Buds 3 Pro are reportedly coming
Samsung offers a wide range of products and in 2024, the Korean tech giant will present bundles of wearable devices that will cater to the needs of a diverse range of users. Meanwhile, a latest information suggests that, two new earbuds the Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro are reportedly coming.
As per the input, Samsung is working on a new generation of earbuds the Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro. The required firmware for both Buds has recently been developed. Accordingly, the Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro carry the model numbers SM-R530 and SM-R630 respectively.
Not only this, but the battery for the charging case of the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro also appeared on a South Korean inspection agency. Other than this, there are no further details available about the upcoming lineup of earbuds, but we can expect them to come with significant upgrades as compared to their predecessors.
Talking about the launch, so we can expect the arrival of Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro later this year with the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 foldable devices.
Consequently, the Galaxy Buds case with a display has also been in talks for months, thus, there could be possibilities that, Samsung bring that with the next generation of earbuds.
Samsung showcased new Galaxy Buds with display at MWC 2024
Samsung seems to be serious with the Galaxy Buds concept it shared at CES 2024. Because, at the current Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024, the South Korean tech giant again shared a picture of Galaxy Buds with the display. Notably, the earbud cases are shown in three colors, which look adorable.
As per the details, Samsung has unveiled a Galaxy Buds case with a rounded in-built OLED display. The circular screen takes a few cues from the Galaxy Watch and shows some information, that is not clear to be specified. However, the firm has not shared any official details about these earbuds so far.
But the appearance of Galaxy Bud’s case with display for the second time hints that, Samsung has some plans to launch them in the future, and offer Galaxy fans and tech enthusiasts a more optimized and seamless experience.
Besides Galaxy Buds, Samsung is also gearing up to launch a bundle of wearable products, such as Galaxy Ring, XR Headsets, Wearable Robot, Galaxy Watch 7 series, and more.
Is OnePlus Watch 2 a real opponent for Samsung Galaxy Watch 6?
Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 was one of the best smartwatches so far, but now it seems that its real contender has arrived in the form of the OnePlus Watch 2. After a three-year silence, OnePlus has made a comeback in the smartwatch segment with its second-generation watch called the OnePlus Watch 2.
This time, OnePlus seems too serious with the latest offering, as the OnePlus Watch 2 packs significant upgrades that could go up against current smartwatches like the Galaxy Watch 6 series and the Pixel Watch 2. So let’s dive in, and check, whether the OnePlus Watch 2 is a real opponent for Samsung Galaxy Watch 6.
First of all, the Galaxy Watch 6 from Samsung and OnePlus Watch 2, both run on Wear OS, the Google-made operating system for smartwatches that is designed to run seamlessly alongside Android phones.
OnePlus Watch 2 comes with a unique Dual-Engine Architecture, which consists of the Snapdragon W5 and the BES 2700 chipsets. The BES 2700 and RTOS handle background activity and daily tasks, while, Snapdragon W5 and Wear OS deal with heavier tasks, including running Wear OS apps.
On the other side, the Galaxy Watch 6 is powered by the Exynos W930 chipset and offers a faster 1.4GHz processing speed. However, one useful feature of Galaxy Watch 6 is the temperature sensor, which helps users predict ovulation dates, track sleep, and more, is missing in the newly released OnePlus Watch 2.
Galaxy Watch 6 provides written insight into sleep stages and tips on how to improve your circadian rhythm. While, the OnePlus Watch 2 also offers sleep tracking, including monitoring your different levels of sleep, sleep quality, sleep breathing rate, snorting risk, and sleep blood oxygen levels.
Moving further, the OnePlus Watch 2 packs a large 500 mAh battery that can deliver up to 100 hours. It can also last up to 48 hours with heavy use or up to 12 days in the Power Save Mode. While, the battery of Galaxy Watch 6 is quite unsatisfactory, as it includes a 300 mAh battery that offers up to 40 hours of use with the always-on display off or up to 30 hours with the always-on display off.
The OnePlus Watch 2 offers 2GB RAM with up to 32GB of storage. While Galaxy Watch 6 includes 2GB RAM with 16GB of storage. At last, it can be said that both smartwatches are quite accurate in themselves and are capable of giving tough competition to each other.