The new titanium version of galaxy watch 3 is identical to this stainless steel model that Samsung released earlier this year, with the exclusion of the case material (clearly ) and the addition of some fitting titanium bracelet instead of a leather strap. Whether that’s well worth the $170 price premium over the comparable $429 stainless steel model will depend largely on your own preferences.
To start, Samsung is thinking about publishing just a 45mm Bluetooth-only variant of this watch in just one”mystic black” color scheme. You may not have the ability to find the premium material from the smaller 41mm size or using LTE, at least for now.
Samsung isn’t alone offering a ceramic smart watch — even Apple introduced a top titanium version of its Apple Watch Series 5 last year, but it started at a much more affordable $799.
The Galaxy Watch 3 has been clearly one of Samsung’s better smartwatches, featuring the yield of this rotating bezel for navigation and also a great display, although it’s still held back by way of a restricted app selection and also the provider’s much derided Bixby helper.