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Samsung Gear S3 Classic Smartwatch (Bluetooth), SM-R770NZSAXAR – US Version with Warranty
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About this item
- A distinctive steel bezel that you can rotate to access apps and notifications. Battery Type and Size 380mAh Li ion. Typical Usage up to 3 days. Charging Method Wireless Charging Dock
- Text, call and get notifications directly from your watch through your Bluetooth connected smartwatch
- Make payments with Samsung Pay almost anywhere you swipe or tap a credit card. With the built in S Health app, track your steps, monitor your heart rate, and more
- With military grade performance, the Gear S3 resists water, dust, extreme temperatures and the occasional drop
- Compatible with Android and iOS smartphones (compatible with select Bluetooth capable smartphones using Android OS 4.4 and later with at least 1.5GB RAM as well as iPhone 5 and later with iOS 9.0 and above. Refer user manual for troubleshooting instructions. Not all features available with iOS paired smartphones. Gear S3 supported smartphones may vary by carrier and device. For a list of compatible smartphones and features, please visit Samsung.com . For best results, connect with compatible Samsung Galaxy smartphones.)
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At a Glance:
- Text, call, and get notifications directly from your Bluetooth connected watch (1).
- Make payments with Samsung Pay almost anywhere you can swipe or tap a credit card (2).
- The built-in GPS keeps track of your activity and makes it easy to share your location.
- With military-grade performance, the Gear S3 resists water, dust, extreme temperatures, and the occasional drop (3).
Samsung Gear S3 classic
Stay in touch, without reaching for your phone (1), with the smartwatch that’s engineered for adventure. With the Gear S3, you can pay right from your wrist, track your location, and withstand any weather (2).
- Rotate the distinctive steel bezel to easily access apps and notifications.
- Go nonstop for days on a single charge (4) and recharge on the wireless charger.
- With the built-in S Health app, track your steps, monitor your heart rate, and more (5).
- Access the apps you use every day on your Gear S3 (6).
- Make it your own by customizing your watch face and swapping out the standard 22mm band (7).
- Samsung Gear S3 is compatible with both Android and iOS smartphones (8).
Never Miss A Moment
The Gear S3 is Bluetooth connected (1), so you can receive texts, emails, and alerts without reaching for your phone. With a built-in speaker and microphone, you can also make and answer calls hands-free.
Access Apps In An Instant
Rotate the distinctive steel bezel to easily access apps and notifications so you can instantly check texts, updates, and more.
Long Battery Life
Access to Apps
Tailored For You
Make the Gear S3 your own. Customize your watch face, choosing from thousands of striking colors and designs. Plus easily swap out the standard 22mm band (7).
Android and iOS Compatible
Connect your Samsung Gear S3 with both Android and iOS smartphones (8). Pair your smartwatch via Bluetooth using the Samsung Gear companion app to see where the freedom of Samsung Gear S3 can take you.
(1) Samsung Gear S3 (Bluetooth) is a companion device for compatible Android and iOS smartphones, sold separately. Full connectivity functionality requires Bluetooth pairing to a wireless network-connected phone. Some features are not available on iOS smartphones. Visit Samsung's official website for details.
(2) For best results, Samsung Pay on Gear S3 requires network connection through LTE, Wi-Fi or via Bluetooth pairing with compatible smartphone. After Initial setup, Samsung Pay on Gear S3 can make at least five transactions without reconnecting to a network. Samsung Pay on the Gear S3 is only compatible with select cards, carriers and Android smartphones. Visit Samsung's official website for details. Samsung Pay is not available on iOS smartphones.
(3) This device passed military specification (MIL-STD-810G) testing against a subset of 10 specific conditions, including drops from 4.9 feet, extreme temperatures, dust, shock/vibration, and low pressure/high altitude. Water- and dust-resistance based on IP68 rating (water-resistant in up to 5 feet of water for up to 30 minutes). Rinse residue/dry after wet. See user manual for more details.
(4) Average expected performance based on typical use. Results may vary.
(5) This device and related software are not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease. Some S Health features are not available on iOS smartphones. Visit Samsung's official website for details.
(6) Some apps not available on iOS smartphones.
(7) Band sold separately. Some watch faces are not available on iOS smartphones.
(8) Compatible with select Bluetooth capable smartphones using Android OS 4.4 and later with at least 1.5GB RAM as well as iPhone 5 and later with iOS 9.0 and above. Not all features available with iOS paired smartphones. Gear S3 supported smartphones may vary by carrier and device. For a list of compatible smartphones and features, visit Samsung's official website. For best results, connect with compatible Samsung Galaxy smartphones.
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|Operating System||Tizen 2.3.2||Tizen 4.0||—||Android/Android 4.4/iOS||Tizen 2.3.2||Tizen|
|Supported Application||Pedometer||—||Heart Rate Monitor, GPS, Fitness Tracker, Phone, Pedometer||GPS, Phone||Heart Rate Monitor, Sleep Monitor, GPS, Phone, Messages, Weather||Sleep Monitor, GPS, Phone|
Gear S3 Classic Silver timeless smartwatch, combining style with the latest innovation in digital technology.
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I tried out both the S3 Frontier and the Galaxy watch and came to the following conclusions.
1) Look - the style of both watches are very similar (which you can see from the product photos).
2) Size - the 46mm Frontier watch is obviously larger than the 42mm Galaxy. The watch band on the Frontier is thicker and has a slightly wider style that made it look larger than it actually is. I ended up buying a smaller band similar to the style on the Galaxy to remedy this. For me, the 42mm Galaxy wins on size. The screen was only slightly smaller, but the watch as a whole was much smaller (as you can see from my comparison pictures). The thickness of the two watches is about the same.
3) Rotating Bezel - I found the bezel on the Frontier was easier for me to use. It's slightly taller than the one on the Galaxy, and the notches on the side are bigger. The Galaxy bezel fit into the face of the watch a bit more smoothly, so you have to rotate it from the top of the watch, whereas on the Frontier you can rotate it from the side or top.
4) Navigation - navigation through the different widgets and apps was very intuitive on both watches. You can use the bezel or touchscreen to move through items, and the two buttons on the side to select and navigate.
5) Maps - ultimately this was the item that tipped the scale in favor of the Frontier for me. There's an app you can download called HERE WeGo which provides directions from your location to your destination. Very similar to how Google Maps works. However, it also supports an offline functionality where you can download maps of an area (state / province / etc.) so you have them available without being connected to your phone. The downside to this is that it doesn't have a satellite or topographic view, but I tested it out locally and the trails I took were all on there. So if I go hiking somewhere and get lost, I have a general idea of where I am - I can see it on the map. When I tested HERE WeGo on the new Galaxy watch it doesn't function unless you're connected to the phone, because you can't download offline maps to the Galaxy. I checked with their support team and they said they will consider it for the future (but that doesn't help me now).
Ultimately I ended up keeping the S3 Frontier and returning the Galaxy. The Galaxy won on size and waterproof rating, but I just couldn't justify spending almost double on the Galaxy when it wouldn't meet one of my biggest criterion (the offline maps). It's no Suunto or Garmin or Casio, but for the price point it meets my needs as a GPS watch.
SOME OBSERVATIONS: The rotating bezel is the bomb. This greatly facilitates navigating watch menus, adjusting the volume of the speakerphone, etc. The display is crystal clear and visible even in the brightest sunlight. It doesn't have that annoying dead space at the bottom of the display. I was worried about having to push a button to activate the display, but no worries. Simply moving your wrist upwards to check the time is usually enough to turn the display on. At first I configured it to always have the display on but then discovered I really didn't need to. Next, charging the watch means placing it in a dedicated charging cradle. A magnet holds the watch in place, and charging is "wireless" from the cradle to the watch, although the charger itself is plugged in, of course. This process works well, but that means you can only charge it on the cradle (no directly attaching a cable). You can purchase another cradle to keep somewhere else, which is pretty handy. What about apps? Samsung has an increasing number of apps and watch faces you can download from their app store. There are some interesting ones like a simple navigation app that ties to the phone and even a weather radar. Many are free, but some of the watch faces have a nominal $1 or $2 fee. (The one in the picture is my current favorite) I love to switch these in and out. Fitness applications for the S3 may not be as robust as you would get through a dedicated fitness band but impressive enough for me nevertheless. My heart rate data, step count, and activity levels are logged backed to the Samsung SHealth app on my phone. It even records my sleep patterns and gives me a pretty decent summary of how much restful vs fitful sleep I've received.
COMPARISON WITH GEAR S2 CLASSIC: I've actually used both models, first getting a "certified refurbished" S2 to try out last year. I eventually returned it due to display issues, but really liked it otherwise. On the other hand, the S3 is a good bit bigger on your wrist, but has a much longer battery life. Both the S2 and S3 have an "always on" feature that displays a dimmer, less-colorful display in exchange for shorter battery life. The S3's always-on mode looks much better than the S2's. One big difference between the two is the S3's larger size and greater weight. Some reviewers complained about this. I even went as far as to make a paper-cut out template to gauge the size on my wrist. The end result is I took the plunge for the S3 and am glad I did even though the S2 is a now a good bit cheaper.
i'm in the loft and my phone is 6ft below me. Thank God I was wearing my new S3 and was able to call me wife to come out and help me down. I will never work out there without my phone and watch. Thank you Samsung for the great product.
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Improves on the Gear 2 by having a good light sensor, dimming in the dark. Sleep is detected automatically (works for me YMMV) and that turns off the screen and AOD. Widgets are awesome! Lots can be done without opening an app. The bezel is just the king. It's probably the most important advantage to other smart watches. Audio seems very good, speaker and mic. Looks great, same height as Gear 2, but obviously wider being round. UI is much, much better. Only serious issue is that doubke press of the home button invokes your selected app, and triple press invokes SOS. What could go wrong? (D'oh!)
If you can afford it, the newer model, 'Samsung Watch' has better waterproofing, and better watch faces eg 'my day' (or something?) showing your schedule. This is a great cheaper option, however. Thoroughly recommended by this gadget addict!