The Reviews Are in: It’s Time To Get Galaxy Watch3Share open/close
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – 02 October, 2020 – When Samsung recently launched its new devices to empower work and play, the Galaxy Watch3 was unveiled to critical acclaim. Galaxy Watch3 is a next-generation companion for managing your routines, smashing your fitness goals, and taking ownership over your health. Across the world, the reviews clearly indicate it’s the android watch whose time has come.
“The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is the best smartwatch for Android by some margin” was the verdict by the renowned newspaper The Guardian*. Experts agree, with the Galaxy Watch 3 attaining incredibly high ratings for its design and performance by Android Authority, Android Central, Expert Reviews, Tech Radar and many more.
“We’re pleased to see the reaction to this pioneering device by industry experts. However, we look forward to hearing from our customers and delivering an experience like no other, “said Justin Hume, Director: Integrated Mobility at Samsung South Africa.
Built with premium materials and a slimmed-down version of the popular rotating bezel, Galaxy Watch3 features the craftsmanship of a luxury timepiece, while still being comfortable enough to wear all day and all night. This smartwatch isn’t just appealing to the eye—it’s also the centre of your wellness experience, sporting Samsung’s most expansive health suite yet.
With the Blood oxygen feature, you can measure and track oxygen saturation over time, for fitness and wellness purposes. The new Samsung Health Monitor app on Galaxy Watch3 offers cuff-less blood pressure and electrocardiogram measurements, available in markets where these features have been authorised. When a potential fall is detected, your location will be sent immediately to pre-designated contacts. Running Analysis will help you run better, improve form and prevent injuries, while VO2 max follows your cardio progress to provide insight into oxygen consumption. For those who want to stay fit while being at home, Samsung Health provides more than 120 different home training programs so you can track your workout progress on your watch.
Watch out world – Galaxy Watch3 has arrived.
*Published 1 September 2020
 This device and related software are not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of diseases. SpO2 feature is not available at the time of launch, will become available during Q3 2020. Feature will require a software update. Feature currently not available in Algeria, Angola, Canada, France, Iran, Libya, Japan, South Africa or Thailand.
 To ensure accuracy, users should calibrate their device every four weeks with a traditional blood pressure cuff.
 The Blood Pressure and ECG features are currently available in South Korea, both cleared by South Korea’s Ministry of Food and Drug Safety.
 Fall detection recognizes falls when engaged in dynamic motion, not when still. Requires network connection to notify emergency contact. GPS accuracy may be affected by obstructions to satellite signal such as buildings.
 Running analysis and VO2 max will not be available at the time of launch, will become available during Q3. Features will require a software update.