Sometimes it helps not to jump into new products everything they get launched. Case-in-point: the Samsung Galaxy Watch3 Titanium. Perhaps, procrastinating may not be a bad thing after all.
Previously, the new Galaxy Watch3 was launched in stainless steel, but there’s a catch: the Samsung Galaxy Watch3 Titanium comes in the larger 45 mm variant and there’s no LTE feature. At least, not with the model that will be available starting October 2.
The smart timepiece is essentially a carbon copy of the Galaxy Watch3 announced in August with the obvious difference being the case that is now in titanium.
There appears to be only one color available and that is Mystic Black. However, it does come with a matching strap with a texture to match the new premium case material. Samsung said the strap length can be easily adjusted too, to suit different wrist size.
Beyond that, it really is just the Galaxy Watch3 with features like a suite of advanced health monitoring features, a rotating bezel for navigation, and a 1.4-inch Super AMOLED Always-on display, for examples.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch3 Titanium Smartwatch will sell for US$599.99 when it becomes available in October.
All images courtesy of Samsung Electronics.