- The Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 battery capacity and charging details are confirmed by the TUV Rheinland certification.
- This upcoming Fitness tracker also has received the BIS certification, meaning that it could launch in India.
- The Galaxy Fit 3 is expected to have built-in storage, stand-alone music playback support, and GPS.
Samsung is gearing up for the launch of its new fitness tracker dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy Fit 3. This upcoming wearable was first spotted on the FCC certification website last month. The certification document detailed the schematics and model number of the Fit 3 as SM-R390. Recently, the renders of this upcoming fitness band were also revealed by the folks at Windows Report. The leaked renders revealed that the device will feature a button on the right side, a heart rate sensor, and non-removable straps. Now, ahead of the official launch, the Galaxy Fit 3 has received the BIS and TUV Rheinland certifications.
Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 Will Pack 200mAh Battery
The BIS certification discloses the model number of the Galaxy Fit 3 as SM-R390. Additionally, considering that the wearable is certified by the Bureau of Indian Standards, we can expect it to launch soon in India. On the other hand, the TUV Rheinland certification reveals that the Galaxy Fit 3 will be packing a 200mAh battery, which will be 41mAh more than the Galaxy Fit 2’s battery capacity. The listing also shows that the fitness band will offer 5W charging support.
Apart from the battery capacity, and fast charging details no other information about this upcoming fitness tracker is revealed from the TUV Rheinland certification. The previously leaked renders suggest that the Galaxy Fit 3 will debut in a Rose Gold colour option. However, more colour options could be available during the launch.
The fitness tracker also could have GPS support as well, which the earlier Galaxy Fit and the Fit 2 lacked. Furthermore, the fitness band is expected to boot Android OS instead of rtOS which we have seen in the previous models. The Galaxy Fit 3 is also rumoured to have built-in storage and stand-alone music playback support.
At present, the pricing of the device hasn’t been revealed yet. However, it could be more expensive than the Galaxy Fit 2 which was released for Rs 3,999. Additionally, we don’t have any details as to when Samsung plans to launch this fitness tracker. Considering that the company is expected to announce the Galaxy S24 series in January next year, we might also see the debut of Galaxy Fit 3 at the same time.