One of five devices launched at its Unpacked event on 5 August, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is now available.
A successor to the original Galaxy Watch from 2018, the Watch 3 has ever so slightly smaller screen size options, while retaining the rotating bezel for easy navigation.
We also get a suite of new health-focused features, headlined by a fall detection feature similar to the one seen on the latest Apple Watch.
Check out our full Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 review to see what we think of it.
How much does the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 cost?
The Galaxy Watch 3 is available in 41mm and 45mm variants, with or without LTE connectivity. Full pricing is as follows:
- 41mm, Bluetooth only – £399/US$399.99
- 41mm Bluetooth & LTE – £439US$449.99
- 45mm Bluetooth only – £419/US$429.99
- 45mm Bluetooth & LTE – £459/US$479.99
All 41mm models are available in Mystic Bronze or Mystic Silver, while the 45mm variants swap out Bronze for Mystic Black.
Where to buy the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3
The Galaxy Watch 3 was officially released on 21 August, with the device available to buy now from the Samsung website.
The following retailers are also stocking the watch in the UK:
In the US, it’s as follows:
Three UK carriers are also offering the 4G model on contract:
- EE – £28 per month for unlimited data for both 41mm and 45mm models
- Vodafone – £27 per month for unlimited data, no upfront costs on 41mm model and £29 upfront on 45mm model
There are also two US carriers stocking the watch:
Want to know more about the watch itself? Here’s everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3.