Samsung introduced a whole bunch of devices at last month's virtual Unpacked event, the most notable of which was likely the Galaxy Note20 Ultra. The Galaxy Watch3 was also launched at the event, though, and it launched with a starting price of $399 for the 41mm variant.
If you've been wanting to get one of Samsung's latest watches, the company has a solid discount running on Amazon, despite having just released the device last month. The 45mm model, which usually costs $429.99, is down to $365.30, a 15% discount. The discounted is limited to the 45mm model, and specifically the black color variant, but it's still a major discount, and it actually makes the larger model cheaper than the 41mm Galaxy Watch3.
At that price, you're also only getting the Bluetooth version. The LTE version of the Galaxy Watch3 costs $479.99, and there's no discount running on that one.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch3 runs Samsung's Tizen operating system, it has 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage. As you'd expect, there are health-related features like heart rate monitoring, blood pressure monitoring, and electrocardiograms, though some of these features are dependent on regulatory approval in different markets. Blood oxygen monitoring is also promised for a software update later this year.
If you're interested, you can grab the Samsung Galaxy Watch3 for $365.30 here.
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