Galaxy Fit 3 user manual leak reveals sensor and strap design
Samsung is failing miserably to keep the Galaxy Fit 3 a secret.
For weeks, we have been getting steady leaks about Samsung’s next fitness tracker, the Galaxy Fit 3. The Korean tech giant has yet to set a launch date, but it hasn’t stopped the leaks from coming in.
Now, Samsung has posted the Galaxy Fit 3’s user manual online (first spotted by SamMobile), re-revealing a plethora of information about its upcoming fitness tracker, which we have seen in the previous – now pulled, official listing.
Galaxy Fit 3 is inching closer to launch
While most of the details showcased in the manual have been revealed in the past, the highlight of this leak is a closer look at all the buttons and sensors like barometer, optical heart-rate sensor, etc., placed at the bottom of the device and the quick-release mechanism for straps.
In addition, the manual also delivers a look at Samsung’s next fitness tracker’s quick panel, notification panel, lock screen, app screens, daily activity, call/text integration, stress tracking, heart rate tracking, sleep tracking, blood-oxygen monitoring, and more.
Most of these were already known from the previously leaked listing. But the online manual posting has confirmed our underlying suspicion that the Galaxy Fit 3 is very close to the launch.
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