A premium looking great watch with its limitations
Riteesh Chinchili (Oct 1, 2020)
Intro: I was on a hunt for a good smartwatch, and since Samsung is a pro in the wearables segment, my chase ended on this product.Overall product feedback: The watch3 is a tough competitor to the Apple Watch 6. It looks and feels sturdy, has a good weight to it, the leather strap is premium quality and the rotating bezel makes the overall UX a very pleasing one.Pros:i. The overall product feels high quality and premium, the leather strap adding to the premium feel.ii. The screen is has a great contrast, thanks for it being an OLED panel.iii. The haptic feedback is quite crisp and on point and never feels out of place.iv, The integration between the phone and the watch and tracking your fitness activities is very smooth and needs only one time setup.Cons:i. The leather strap is not a good choice for workouts since the sweat can degrade its quality in the long run.ii. A connectivity hiccup: My watch disconnects from the phone when it moves out of the Bluetooth range, which is expected, but does not automatically reconnect to the phone once it gets back into the range. Maybe there is some setup problem on my side, so it may not occur in your case.iii. Charging speed and Battery Life: The battery life is satisfactory, gave me a good 1.5 days with 25% left. The charging rate is slow, and takes 2 hours to charge from 0 to 100%.Conclusion: It was a great buy, with the 3300 introductory discount. But even with the full price you will not feel this to be bad expenditure and will love the product.
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