Globally, Samsung launched the Galaxy Fit3 yesterday. Indian pricing has been announced by the South Korean brand. There is an aggressive price tag under Rs 5,000 for the wearable device. There are a number of impressive specifications and features packed into this device. The Galaxy Fit 2 was introduced in 2020, and this latest offering is significantly improved from it.

Samsung Galaxy Fit3 is priced at Rs 4,999. A cashback offer of Rs 500 is available for a limited time. There are three colors available for the device: gray, silver, and pink gold. Samsung’s official website and leading online and offline retail stores across the country are selling it starting today.


The Fit3 comes with a 1.6-inch AMOLED display, 45% larger than its predecessor. There is a single button on the right side and a one-click quick-release mechanism for the band. There is no wireless charging on the band, instead, it uses two Pogo pins at its base as its proprietary charger.

First in the Fit series, the Fit3 features Fall Detection and Emergency SOS, which is activated after five rapid presses on the button. When you do that, your location will be shared with your emergency contacts.

With its 208 mAh battery, the Galaxy Fit3 can last 13 days on a single charge. The wearable has no Wear OS or any other heavy interface, just some simple mini apps, calendar, weather, world clock, and sports tracking.

Over 100 workout types can be performed on the Fit3, but without GPS, any activity that involves movement outside would require a smartphone paired with the Fit3. Samsung Health app allows users to track sleep patterns, steps, and stress levels as well.