Samsung is rumored to unveil the Galaxy Note20 and Fold 2 through an online event on August 5 and alongside these smartphones, we may also see the South Korean tech giant announce the Galaxy Watch3 that we now learn has been certified by Thailand's NBTC.
The listing on the Thai certifying authority's website reveals that Galaxy Watch3 will be available in 41mm size, in addition to the 45mm previously confirmed by FCC.
NBTC further reveals that just like the 45mm variant, the smaller 41mm model will also support LTE connectivity, but it doesn't include any other details.
From previous certifications we know that the 45mm model will come with built-in GPS and will be water-resistant up to 5ATM. It will also be quite durable since it will come with Gorilla Glass DX and have MIL-STD-810G rating.
More details about the Galaxy Watch3 are likely to surface in the coming weeks.
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