Samsung’s upcoming smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch 3, appears to have just leaked again, this time in an extensive hands-on video from YouTuber TechTalkTV, which we spotted via SamMobile. We already know a lot about the unannounced wearable thanks to a series of leaks over the past few months, but the video gives us our best look yet at the 41mm version of the watch.
In line with previous rumors, including a series of photos TechTalkTV posted themselves last month, the Galaxy Watch 3 is shown with a physical rotating bezel (a popular feature that was missing from the Active models) and two buttons on the right of the watch face. As well as the 41mm version shown in the video which has a 1.2-inch display, there’s reportedly also going to be a 45mm model with a 1.4-inch screen.
The watch has both an IP68 water resistance rating and a 5ATM rating, which mean that it can withstand depths of up to 50m for 10 minutes. TechTalkTV notes that it has blood pressure, heart rate, and ECG sensors.
In recent days the smartwatch’s companion app has appeared in the Play Store, showing off its gesture controls, and a previous software leak showed off its customizable watch faces and updated apps.
The Galaxy Watch 3 is expected to be among the five devices that Samsung will announce on August 5th. According to TechTalkTV, these devices will also include the foldable Galaxy Z Fold 2, the Galaxy Buds Live true wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Tab S7 tablet, and of course the Galaxy Note 20 smartphone.