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Samsung’s most advanced smartwatch yet — the Galaxy Watch3

Samsung recently introduced the Galaxy Watch3, the brand’s most advanced smartwatch yet. Offering a smarter way of managing life, this smartwatch combines smartphone-level productivity, innovative health and wellness features, as well as a classic, premium design. 

A powerful health and wellness manager

The Galaxy Watch3 offers state-of-the-art health and wellness monitoring. Easily measure oxygen saturation and uptake with the Blood oxygen feature and Maximal oxygen (VO2 max) readings, while improving sleep quality with the new Sleep score and insights feature. It also has a Women’s health toolthat records menstrual cycles and symptoms. Moreover, the Fall detection feature automatically detects hard falls and sends an SOS notification to emergency contacts.

Improve form and stride with Running Analysis, which provides real-time feedback during runs, as well as six running parameters to prevent injuries. Beginning a fitness routine at home is now easier as the smartwatch comes with over 120 different workout programs through the Samsung Health App. Simply select a workout program in the app from a Galaxy smartphone, cast it onto a smart TV, and the Galaxy Watch3 will automatically track the workout.

Smartphone-level power on the wrist

The Galaxy Watch3 is a well-rounded smartwatch with powerful productivity tools. Answer calls and texts, as well as view images even when the smartphone’s inside the pocket, bag, or even a few feet away throughSmart Receive and Smart Reply. Meanwhile, get daily reminders and updates on device usage, health stats, weather, and special events with Daily Briefing. 

Experience seamless app and music navigation with the rotating bezel. Take photos and videos from the smartwatch with the Camera controller. It can also control presentations with the PPT controller. Additionally, itsupports simple hand gestures like clenching and unclenching the fist to receive a call, or rotating the wrist to mute alarms or incoming calls.

Designed for style

Flaunting a classic design, the Galaxy Watch3 is built with premium materials like stainless steel and high-quality leather. It combines the iconic rotating bezel with a bigger display, yet feels lighter and thinner to wear on the wrist. It also has a customizable watch face, which creates a personalized design. 

Manage health and life in a smarter way with the new Galaxy Watch3. Available nationwide in 41mm and 45mm Bluetooth variants, the smartwatch retails for PHP 18,990 and PHP 20,990, respectively. The 41mm variant comes in Mystic Bronze and Mystic Silver, while the 45mm variant comes in Mystic Silver and Mystic Black.

To know more about the Galaxy Watch3, visit samsung.com/ph/

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