Samsung appears to have leaked the Galaxy Fit 3 on one of its websites, showing off official images, band colors, and more details relating to the unreleased fitness tracker.
In a Samsung Gulf site listing (shown below) that's now been removed from the front end, the images match the major Fit 3 leak from November that showed off renders of the design.
The mistake could indicate that the Galaxy Fit 3 is close to an official reveal - a move that would mark a revival of the line and the first launch since the Galaxy Fit 2 arrived in 2020.
Whatever the case, this new leak all but confirms much of what we've already seen rumored.
The listings found in Google image searches suggest it will be available in a silver, dark grey, or pink case, with band options coming in orange, green, and pink, respectively.
As shown in previous leaked images, a single button is present on the right side of the case, which would also suggest that whispers relating to a 1.61-inch display are bang on. The total dimensions have also been previously rumored to come in at 93 x 9.5 x 24mm.
Based on old information, the Fit 3 could also be seriously long-lasting. Previous certifications have already hinted that a 200mAh battery will be housed in the Fit 3, which is up from the 41mAh unit in the Fit 2 - a device that already lasted around two weeks on a single charge.
This latest listing doesn't confirm this battery size, but anything over a week (with the always-on display enabled) would blow competition like the Fitbit Charge 6 out of the water.
For now, though, we'll have to wait for the official announcement for details on this, the potential inclusion of GPS, and pricing details. Stay tuned.
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