The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 will include interesting features such as gesture control with the movement of the wrist and hand, and fall detection so that we are always informed if the device is dropped.
The latest details that have come to light regarding Samsung’s new smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch 3, promise two interesting features in the form of gesture control and fall detection.
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Samsung is always leaking devices before they are officially presented, and yet the Galaxy Buds Live have shown almost all their details a few hours ago, and the same is now the case with the Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatch.
Whether it is a marketing strategy or because Samsung is really a little clueless when it comes to leaking data, the truth is that these new features for the Galaxy Watch 3 are very promising.
In addition to recovering from the long-awaited physical rotating bezel, the new information, which comes from the Galaxy Watch 3 Plugin app, ensures the presence of features like gesture control and fall detection.
If confirmed, the Galaxy Watch 3 can be controlled by hand gestures, and for example it will be possible to answer a phone call simply by pressing and opening your hand. If we want to silence the call, it is as easy as slightly turning the wrist.
Another feature is fall detection which will come in handy since if the device falls it will ring for 60 seconds and if the user does not respond it will send their location and a five second sound recording to the selected emergency contacts.
There would also be an option to make an SOS call after detecting a crash. This is especially useful in case we end up losing the device to be informed at the time of such loss.
Another feature that should not go unnoticed is that now we can take screenshots much more easily, and we will no longer need to hold the lower button and slide to the left as before, but simply by pressing the side buttons at the same time will capture the image from the screen.
The device, along with others such as the Galaxy Note 20, is expected to be presented on August 5 in the Galaxy Unpacked.