Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 features a 45% display wider than the Fit 2

Ready to hit the hay?

Samsung is stepping up its fitness game with the launch of the Galaxy Fit 3, the successor to the Galaxy Fit 2. The new tracker features a larger display and a beefier battery, promising 13 days of endurance.

The Galaxy Fit3 has an aluminium body and a 1.6-inch display that's 45% wider than its predecessor. You can customise it to match your style with over 100 watch faces available through the Galaxy Wearable app.

The Galaxy Fit 3 can monitor your heart rate, sleep, stress levels, and exercises. You can view all your tracked data on your paired phone through the Samsung Health app. It's also equipped with sensors like an accelerometer and a gyroscope to keep you on track and in the know, however, it does not have GPS connectivity and doesn't support voice calling due to the absence of a microphone and speaker.

You can also use the Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 to use your phone's camera remotely, to find your misplaced phone and make an emergency SOS. And, when you need some peace, just activate Do Not Disturb mode or switch on Sleep mode for uninterrupted rest. Plus, it also has IP68 and 5ATM-rated dust and water resistance. You can get the Galaxy Fit 3 in Gray, Silver, and Pink Gold shades starting February 23. Stay tuned for the scoop on pricing—right here!