Samsung’s next big event will bring us a lot of news, with the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy Buds Live and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 being expected. Thanks to a huge wave of leaks and rumors, we already know practically everything that these new products will have to offer us.
However, according to the SamMobile website, the Galaxy Watch 3 still has some “tricks” that will definitely win over many users. Apparently, the Galaxy Watch 3 will finally bring one of the most popular features on the Apple Watch, drop detection.
Through this feature, whenever the user falls, the clock will ring for 60 seconds without stopping. If the user shows no reaction, the watch will send its location and audio recording (5 seconds) to pre-selected emergency contacts. In addition, it can also be configured to make a call to the emergency services.
Fall detection will not be the only novelty brought by the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3
In addition to drop detection, it has also been confirmed that Samsung’s new smartwatch will support gesture control. For now, the confirmed gestures serve only to interact with calls to be received on the smartwatch. If you want to answer the call, just close and open your hand. To reject the call, just wave your hand.
Finally, it will also be simpler and more practical to record screenshots on the Galaxy Watch 3. Instead of the previous process that required a button press + swipe on the screen, now it is enough to press two buttons simultaneously.
Alleged Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 specifications
- 41 mm and 45 mm variant
- 1.2 “and 1.5” inch AMOLED screens, respectively
- 1 GB of RAM
- 8 GB of internal memory
- 340mAh battery
- Water and dust resistance with IP68
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