Considering the first Samsung Galaxy Watch propelled right in 2018, expectation levels are high for its successor – however, it appears Samsung is avoiding a number and calling the new gadget the Galaxy Watch 3.
We had recently been calling the upcoming wearable the Samsung Galaxy Watch 2, however, for whatever reason, that moniker has been discarded, according to new filings made at Thailand’s NBTC (Office of The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission) administrative body.
As spotted by MySmartPrice, the filings highlight product code numbers that coordinate with late documentation logged at the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) in the US, so it appears to be a decent wagered that the Galaxy Watch 3 is what we’re managing here.
It appears to be bizarre to skip a number totally, yet it would maintain a strategic distance from disarray concerning the sportier Galaxy Watch Active 2 that Samsung makes too. Right now the original Watch is less expensive than Active 2, but at the same time, it’s a year more established.
Whatever the name of the new Samsung wearable, the bits of gossip we’ve heard about the gadget so far still apply. The turning bezel that we saw on the original Galaxy Watch is arriving (it was dropped on the Watch Active 2).
We’ve additionally heard speculation about the Galaxy Watch 3 (recently known as the Galaxy Watch 2) arriving in a new titanium casing, close by the more regular aluminum and stainless materials that we’ve seen previously.
Concerning sizes, that is something different spilled by the NBTC listing: it looks just as the Galaxy Watch 3 will arrive in a decision of 41 mm and 45 mm variants, marginally smaller than the 42 mm and 46 mm sizes that its forerunner offered.
The smartwatch is being tipped to launch on August 5, close by plenty of other Samsung hardware, including the Galaxy Note 20. We will keep you informed when anything is made official.