Samsung Galaxy Fit 3: New Certifications Suggest Larger Battery for Improved Performance

Samsung’s new Galaxy Fit 3 fitness tracker is set to bring some notable upgrades compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy Fit 2. Recent certifications have revealed key details about the upcoming device, including its model number, potential launch in India, and some specifications.

The TUV Rheinland certification has unveiled that the Galaxy Fit 3 will come with a 200mAh battery, which is a significant increase from the 159mAh battery found in the Galaxy Fit 2. Additionally, the fitness tracker will support 5W charging, which is standard for this type of device.

On the other hand, the BIS certification has confirmed the model number of the Galaxy Fit 3 as SM-R390, indicating that the device is gearing up for a launch in India.

These certifications have come shortly after leaked renders of the Galaxy Fit 3 revealed details such as a right-side button, a heart rate sensor, and non-interchangeable straps. The device is also expected to feature an AMOLED display and could potentially run on an Android-based Wear OS instead of the simpler OS seen in the Galaxy Fit 2.

Rumors suggest that the Galaxy Fit 3 may also include GPS integration, built-in storage, and support for stand-alone music playback. There has also been speculation about the device being available in a rose gold color option.

With all this information coming to light, it seems like the Galaxy Fit 3 is almost ready to hit the market with its improved features and potential for a wider range of capabilities compared to its predecessor. Samsung enthusiasts and fitness tracker users alike can look forward to the imminent launch of this highly anticipated device.

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