Samsung announced its latest flagship Galaxy S24 series along with its first smart ring, the Galaxy Ring, earlier this month. It is reported that the South Korean brand is working on a fitness tracker. Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 leaks have been surfacing since last November. The wearable device has now been spotted on Samsung’s official website. The listing was taken down, but not before Gadgets and Wearables and Samsung Community shared screenshots.

The Galaxy Fit 3 was accidentally published on a Samsung regional website. As shown in the leaked renders, the wearable design will be rectangular. It is available in Orange and Black strap options and features a quick-release button. On the right edge of the device, there is a physical button.

According to Samsung Community, the Galaxy Fit 3 will feature a 1.57-inch AMOLED display. There will be an aluminum unibody with IP68 certification and a 5ATM water resistance rating. It weighs 18.5 grams. Display-wise, the Galaxy Fit 3’s display is a huge improvement over the Galaxy Fit 2.

Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 comes equipped with an optical heart rate sensor, sleep tracking, light sensor, and fall detection. More than 100 exercise modes will be supported. There will be no GPS, speaker, or NFC on the wearable device.

According to the leak, the Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 will have a battery life of up to 13 days. Among its features will be notifications, music playback, camera control, and find my phone.

Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 pricing is the only thing we don’t know yet. The price is rumored to be around $80. Hopefully, the wearable device will launch soon after today’s accidental listing.