There are now new support pages for the Samsung Galaxy Watch3 that have gone live. One page is for the 41mm model and the other for the larger 45mm one. Moreover, both the watches are listed twice; once with a stainless-steel body and once with no mention of material.
The model numbers on these support pages show SM-R840 and SM-R850, however earlier we had seen support pages for SM-R845. The number ‘5’ at the end indicates an LTE model, while ‘0’ means only local connectivity.
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There are two more models – R840X and R850X. The alphabet ‘X’, while it stands for a demo unit, it is unlikely that we will see these being made available for purchase.
According to some previous leaks, we now have a fair idea of how the 45 mm Galaxy Watch3 and the 41 mm model are going to look like. There will be leather and metal wrist bands, alongside many colour options. The Watch3 will be IP and MIL-STD rated and feature ATM5 water resistance and Gorilla Glass DX over the display (1.4” in the case of the 45mm model, 1.2” for the smaller one). They will run the latest Tizen 5.5, and could feature a GPS receiver and an ECG sensor.
The new watches are expected to cost between $400 and $600. There could be titanium versions as well, however, those will be priced on the higher side.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch3 will be officially announced at the Unpacked event scheduled for August 5.