When it comes to wearable devices, most people immediately think of smartwatches. However, for those on a budget or who prioritize battery life over style and functionality, fitness trackers are worth considering.
There are rumors circulating about a new high-end option from Samsung in the near future, which would expand the list of top fitness trackers available. While this new Samsung option won’t likely rival powerhouse smartwatches like the Apple Watch Series 9, it may still offer an attractive alternative for those in the market for a fitness tracker.
Leaked images from WindowsReport indicate that Samsung’s next-gen activity tracker, the Galaxy Fit 3, will feature an improved display panel over its predecessor, the Galaxy Fit 2. It’s expected to offer expanded screen real estate and increased resolution.
Despite these improvements, it’s unclear if the Galaxy Fit 3 can compete with premium devices such as Google’s recently released Fitbit Charge 6. Features like standalone GPS connectivity and advanced health sensors will be necessary for Samsung to remain competitive.
The affordable price point of the Galaxy Fit 2 was a key selling point, but it’s uncertain if the Galaxy Fit 3 will maintain a similar price with added features. While it’s speculated that the Galaxy Fit 3 could debut alongside the Galaxy S24 early next year, details are still scarce. It’s best to wait for official announcements before drawing any conclusions about the device’s capabilities and pricing.