Images of the Samsung Galaxy Watch3 rumored to arrive next month leaked earlier this week revealing the smartwatch's design, but a new picture that surfaced today gives us our best look yet at the upcoming smartwatch.
This image was shared by reliable leakster Evan Blass and it corroborates the previous design leaks. The Galaxy Watch3 has a stainless steel casing but the image doesn't confirm whether it has a rotating bezel. However, previous leaks suggest the smartwatch will have one.
The straps of the Galaxy Watch3 are made out of leather and this is the 45mm model we are looking at which is rumored to have a screen size of 1.4". The backside of the watch also confirms a few specs - 5ATM water resistance, Gorilla Glass DX protection, in-built GPS, and MIL-STD-810G durability rating.
Other rumored specs of the Galaxy Watch3 include 1GB RAM, 8GB storage, heart rate and blood pressure monitor, ECG sensor, LTE connectivity, and Tizen OS 5.5.
The 45mm model will pack a 340mAh battery while the 41mm variant with a 1.2" screen will ship with a 247mAh cell. More details about the Galaxy Watch3 should surface as we inch closer to its rumored July unveiling.
Because they have engineers thinking on real world usage? It's there to minimize accidental button pressing. The Active model uses flush buttons for the same reason. I guess they want visible buttons on this model as it fits the design language bet...