Galaxy Watch3 is redefining what a wearable can be, with Samsung’s newest smartwatch merging the refinement of a high-end timepiece with the functionality of a top-tier wearable device.
Now, we are comparing the Galaxy Watch3 with the first iteration of the series, the original Galaxy Watch, to show just how far Samsung’s wearable technology has come. Not only has the Galaxy Watch3 been optimized to allow users a more active and personal smartwatch experience, but, when compared to the Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Watch3 is thinner and lighter, with a larger display. Galaxy Watch3 also features premium design and provides health and wellness features that include blood oxygen1 and blood pressure monitoring2 as well as electrocardiogram3 readings.
Check out the infographic below for the in-depth comparison.
1 This device and related software are not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease.
2 To ensure accuracy, users should calibrate their device every four weeks with a traditional blood pressure cuff.
3 The blood pressure and ECG monitoring features are currently available in South Korea, both cleared by South Korea’s Ministry of Food and Drug Safety. Requires Galaxy smartphone, running Android 7.0 or above and Galaxy Watch3 to be paired.