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Samsung Galaxy Fit3 arrives in PH: priced at ₱3,490

Samsung Philippines has officially launched the Galaxy Fit3, its latest fitness tracker boasting an aluminum body and wider display.

The Galaxy Fit3 boasts a sleek and lightweight design with a 45% wider 1.6-inch AMOLED display compared to its predecessor 18. Taking it for a swim won’t be a hassle too as it is IP68 and 5ATM rated.

Samsung Galaxy Fit3 Fi

Battery-wise it can last up to 13 days on typical usage.

It features over 100 workout types, and with various sensors, it can also monitor your sleep patterns, including snoring and blood oxygen levels. These figures provide valuable insights to improve your sleep quality. Additionally, personalized Sleep Coaching offers tailored recommendations to help you achieve better sleep.

For added peace of mind, the Galaxy Fit3 features new Fall Detection and Emergency SOS. In case of an emergency, you can easily send an SOS by pressing the side button five times.

The Galaxy Fit3 seamlessly integrates with the Samsung Galaxy ecosystem, allowing you to use it as a remote control for your smartphone camera and media playback. You can also sync modes between your Galaxy Fit3 and smartphone for a more convenient experience.

Samsung Galaxy Fit3 specs:
1.6-inch AMOLED display
256 x 402 pixels
Aluminum casing
16MB RAM, 256MB ROM
Bluetooth 5.3
Accelerometer, Barometer, Gyro Sensor, Optical Heart Rate Sensor, Light Sensor
IP68, 5ATM
FreeRTOS (compatible with Android 10+)
208mAh battery (up to 13 days battery life
42.9 x 28.8 x 9.9 mm
36.8 g
Pink Gold, Silver, Gray

Price and availability

The Samsung Galaxy Fit3 is now available at Samsung Experience Stores and authorized retailers nationwide for PHP 3,490.

As of writing, only the Pink Gold color option is available on Samsung official website 755.

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