New renders leak for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3: Apple Watch competitor set to feature 1.4-in display, Gorilla Glass DX, and MIL-STD-810G protection; set to run on Tizen OS
Tipster @evleaks revealed what appear to be official renders for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3. The new renders confirm that the Galaxy Watch 3 is set to feature a larger display, Gorilla Glass DX, and MIL-STD-810G protection. The release timeframe is still unknown, but rumors indicate an official announcement will be made in July.
Tipster @evleaks recently outed renders for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3. The 45mm smartwatch is depicted with a black leather strap and stainless steel dial.
The Galaxy Watch 3 will run on Samsung’s own Tizen OS, not Android Wear. Earlier spec leaks offered us a good idea of what the Galaxy Watch 3 would offer: as confirmed by this render, the 45mm watch will have a 1.4-in display, substantially larger than its predecessor, the Galaxy Watch 2.
Text on the underside of the new Galaxy Watch 3 render reveals more about the upcoming device. Corning’s Gorilla Glass DX is evidently being used for the watch face. The material is robust enough to endure up to 5 atmospheres of pressure. Moreover, the render indicates that the Galaxy Watch 3 will be compliant with MIL-STD-810G.
We have no word yet from Samsung about the Galaxy Watch 3. However, the rumor mill indicates that we’ll be hearing more from the company in July.
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