Samsung's Galaxy Watch 3 is a high-end smartwatch, offering a stainless steel case, an OLED display with Gorilla Glass, and an analog watch-style design. But this week Samsung is one-upping itself with an even more premium version of the Galaxy Watch 3.
A new Titanium model of the Galaxy Watch 3 will begin rolling out globally on September 18, with a US launch scheduled for October 2. Pricing will start at $599.99, up from the $429.99 price of the regular 45mm model.
This new watch features a 45mm titanium case with metal strap, all in a Mystic Black color. It's the first titanium smartwatch made by Samsung, offering higher-end materials to folks who are interested in a smartwatch but also want more luxury materials from their device.
Aside from the new titanium case, this Galaxy Watch 3 is similar to the stainless steel model that recently launched. It's got a 1.4-inch 360x360 Super AMOLED display, 1.15GHz dual-core Exynos 9110 processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage. There's a 340mAh battery, too, and includes IP68 water and dust resistance.