Samsung launches Galaxy Fit3 smart fitness tracker with health monitoring features

The fitness band can track sleep, workouts, heart rate, stress, and more.
OPPO Reno12 Series 5G Coming Soon

Samsung today unveiled its latest fitness tracker, the Galaxy Fit3, which aims to make health monitoring more accessible and convenient for users.

The Galaxy Fit3 is a stylish and lightweight tracker that can be customized with different watch faces and bands. It offers a comfortable fit and is equipped with a 1.6-inch display that has a 45% wider view than the previous model.

The device can track sleep patterns, including snoring detection and blood oxygen level monitoring. It can also provide personalized Sleep Coaching based on sleep patterns and provide insights and tips to improve sleep quality and overall health.

The fitness band can also monitor daily activities and workouts, supporting over 100 types of exercises. It has a 5ATM rating and IP68-rated water and dust resistance, making it suitable for outdoor and indoor use.

In addition, the Galaxy Fit3 can also measure heart rate and stress levels, providing data to help manage health more effectively. It also has Fall Detection and Emergency SOS features, which can alert emergency services or send an SOS message to a predefined contact by pressing the side button five times.

The device can also function as a remote controller for smartphones, allowing users to take photos, set timers, play music, find their phone, and manage notifications from their wrist.

The Samsung Galaxy Fit3 will be available from February 23 in select markets in three color options including gray, silver, and pink gold. For more information about the Galaxy Fit3 and the latest Samsung products, please visit

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

Write A Comment