It has been a long time since Samsung launched a new health bracelet while focusing on developing Galaxy Watch smartwatches. And the latest evidence suggests that Samsung may be about to introduce a new Galaxy Fit3 band.
The last health bracelet Samsung launched was in early 2020, and since then Samsung has not launched any new products but focused on introducing new smartwatches running WearOS. And the latest evidence shows that Samsung may be about to introduce a new Galaxy Fit3 bracelet.
A wearable device capable of tracking health and sports activities recently received FCC certification. A device with model number SM-R390 was discovered and is believed to be the Galaxy Fit3. Along with the certification, we can see a schematic of the product with a heart rate sensor on the back, along with two Pogo pins for charging.
It's unclear what other upgrades Samsung will bring to its new Galaxy Fit device, but the Galaxy Fit2 has a 1.1-inch full-color AMOLED screen, 5ATM water resistance up to 50m, and slim style. It has a heart rate sensor, gyroscope, accelerometer, automatic workout detection, and sleep tracking. It can display notifications or calls and control music playback on the connected phone.
The Galaxy Fit2 runs rtOS and lacks GPS, so it would be great if Samsung could bring in new software with more features, independent GPS, and built-in storage for music streaming. It seems to have a slightly wider design, so we expected it to have a larger display.