Samsung’s titanium Galaxy Watch 3 currently has a cost and a release date: it’ll start at $599.99 and be released on October 2nd.
Functionally, the new titanium model is indistinguishable from the stainless steel model that Samsung released earlier this year, except for the case material (clearly) and the consideration of a coordinating titanium bracelet rather than a leather strap. Regardless of whether that merits the $170 value premium over the practically identical $429 stainless steel model will rely to a great extent upon your horological preferences.
To begin, Samsung is anticipating releasing only a 45mm Bluetooth-just variant of the watch in a single “mystic black” color scheme. You won’t have the option to get the more premium material in the smaller 41mm size or with LTE, at least for now.
Samsung isn’t the just one offering a titanium smartwatch — Apple presented an exceptional titanium variant of its Apple Watch Series 5 a year ago, in spite of the fact that it began at an a lot pricier $799.
The Galaxy Watch 3 was one of Samsung’s better smartwatches, including the arrival of the pivoting bezel for navigation and an incredible display, despite the fact that it’s actually kept down by a restricted application selection and the organization’s highly derided Bixby assistant.
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