The South Korean tech giant Samsung is in talks due to its upcoming flagship smartphone Galaxy S8. But company has not lost its focus from other devices. Earlier this month, the company launched its Samsung Gear S3 wearable watch. Well, the watch is now escaped the South Korean market to reach out the users all over the world. But before, have a look at the specs of the smartphone.

The new Samsung Gear S3 has a screen resolution of 360 x 360 with a 1.3-inch screen. It offers Super AMOLED touchscreen with 24.2% of screen to body ratio. It also has a protection of Corning Gorilla Glass SR+ with a pixel density of 392 ppi.

Samsung Gear S3 Escapes South Korea

Coming towards the software and hardware updates, the device runs on Tizen-based wearable platform 2.3.2. It is powered by Exynos 7270 processor and has a CPU set of Dual-core 1.0 GHz. The device also offers a 768 MB of RAM along with 4 GB of internal memory. The memory cannot be extended with the help of MicroSD card. The device has additional features such as accelerometer, gyro, heart rate, and barometer. In addition to this, the device also has Samsung Pay, IP68 certified–dust/water proof over 1.5 meter and 30 minutes, and is compatible with standard 22mm straps.

In the end, the device has a battery worth 380 mAh power that is capable of giving 72 hours of standby and 72 hours of talktime. The device is available in gray color variant.

Last but not the least, let us discuss about the price factor. The new Aqua Trend Lite is an Intex product. So with no doubt, the device is a low range smartphone. The new Aqua Trend Lite is priced for Rs 5,690.

The Samsung Gear S3 has now reached the top service providers of the U.S. such as Verizon, T-Mobiles, and AT&T. This will surely propel the growth of the device.