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Samsung Galaxy Watch3, 41mm LTE (Mystic Silver) SM-R855FZSAINS


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Samsung Galaxy Watch3, 41mm LTE (Mystic Silver) SM-R855FZSAINS

  • Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is compatible with e-SIM powered by 4G function supported by airtel, jio
  • Advanced Health Monitoring – Enhanced Running Analysis, Sleep Tracking, Blood Oxygen, 120+ Home Workout Programs
  • Precision Rotating bezel for App Navigation, Leather Strap
  • Circular Super amoled (360X360) , Full Color, Always On Display
  • Enhanced Accelerometer for Fall Detection


Specification: Samsung Galaxy Watch3, 41mm LTE (Mystic Silver) SM-R855FZSAINS

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‎Galaxy Noblesse_Watch3_41mm_LTE

Item Height

‎43 Millimeters

Item Width

‎41 Millimeters

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Lithium Battery Energy Content

‎1.27 Watt Hours

Number Of Lithium Ion Cells


Included Components

‎Wach, Charing Deck,user manual

3 reviews for Samsung Galaxy Watch3, 41mm LTE (Mystic Silver) SM-R855FZSAINS

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  1. devshoe

    Its good enough but given the price point, would have liked some more apps. Blood pressure monitoring and ecg not available yet :/
    Otherwise nice build quality and seems to easy last 2 days with wifi off. I use it mainly for spotify and sleep tracking and notifications so its fine in that regard but for 32K idk

    EDIT after 3 days usage:
    If you’re buying for spotify, stay away. Spotify app on this thing is a STEAMING PILE OF HOT GARBAGE

    When you link to your phone in remote mode, it takes control and it’ll work fine for the first use. After that you’re completely and utterly screwed. The app will be stuck. I’m not even talking about the watch app, I’m talking about phone. The now playing will he stuck on one song, no restart will fix it, you can only reinstall the phone app where all your downloaded music goes. Cannot recommend for spotify.

    Edit 2: after 5 days of usage
    no blood pressure and ecg
    raise to wake never works when youre in bed
    myfitnesspal app doesnt work with my note 10 plus
    1 day of battery life with AOD and continuous HR which is reasonable BUT CHARGING TAKES 2 HOURS!!!!!!

    I am dropping my rating from 4 stars to 2 stars not because of the watch, which is pretty and works well enough but because of the abysmal app support. This isn’t supposed to just be a watch it’s a smart watch, it fails in that aspect. You can get similar stuff for 7-8K

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  2. Kuldeep singh

    Good watch

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  3. Ashwas

    Update after few weeks of usage – Everything I reported before is still same. But there is a way to get BP and ECG test on to watch by installing modified versions of Samsung health monitor. So there is a way of getting that to work unofficially.

    I have bought the 45mm BT version of this watch. This is my experience after using it for 2 days.

    Price – Reasonable. I purchased with the launch offer at 28k. It is relatively expensive compared to Android Wear watch options, but I think if you have a Samsung Phone, it might be worth it. I have Samsung Note 10 and Samsung works well with Samsung, but I think with the necessary apps installed it’ll work the same way on other Android phones.

    Android Wear vs Tizen: I previously had Fossil Explorist Gen 4 watch which runs on Android Wear. In my personal experience, Android Wear as an operating system needs a lot of work. The Fossil watch was unbearably slow, battery backup was very bad, thought it could do the normal smartwatch things, because of the poor battery, I couldn’t use it at all. I just kept the watch on Flight mode and used as a normal watch to display time. My experience here could be biased as I didn’t really use Android wear to the fullest. I used it for Navigation a few times, but for that to work, the same Google Maps app has to be open on your phone. It will just tether the content to the watch. On contrary, Tizen doesn’t really have Google Maps app or any equivalent navigation alternatives. So it may not be the best for Navigation. Otherwise, the OS basically looks like a modern Smart Watch – with widgets, notification area, quick control panel etc.

    The watch has an option called Automatic WiFi where it will connect to the WiFi in case it gets disconnected from the phone (Bluetooth). This is super useful. On Samsung phones, there is an option called Call and Text on other devices. If you are signed in with your Samsung account and this option is enabled, even when my phone isn’t connected to watch, I can still make and receive calls just using watch while it is connected to WiFi. This is such a great option, just like the LTE version, but on Bluetooth watch using WiFi.

    Health Features: The watch DOESN’T have ECG enabled in Indian units. They recently got approval in US from FDA but who knows what regulations are there in India and if it will ever come to this. The hardware required is there in the watch, just that Samsung has to get approvals and enable it through Software. Even last year’s Galaxy Watch Active 2 is waiting for this. So don’t get the hopes high about this. Other than this, it has Blood Oxygen tracking which works, Heart Rate sensor and automatic workout detection. There are a bunch of pre-set workouts in the watch that it can track. And it does a pretty good job. Using Samsung Health app on phone, you can get access to a lot more third party exercise tutorials.

    Sleep tracking is also available on the watch and it works great. It can precisely track sleep in my opinion and gives out detailed analysis of sleep pattern and efficiency. Once you connect the watch to phone via Bluetooth, all these data gets synced with phone and you can detailed overview on the Samsung Health app on phone.

    Battery: Battery lasts 2 days if you don’t have the always on display. If watch is always on to show time, it takes up a lot more battery. During these 2 days, I used it to track a lot of my exercises, sleep tracking, basic notifications and the battery easily lasted 2 days. But I had the always on disabled. There is a toggle on the watch itself through which you can easily turn this on and off to save battery when required.

    Miscellaneous: The watch band feels very cheap and light. Though it says leather, the leather band I have with Fossil watch feels a lot premium. This watch band even makes cheap plastic type of noise when you try to wear it. Otherwise, watch is pretty comfortable to wear. Also I prefer the way Fossil looks. This watch looks more like a fitness watch than a regular watch.

    So to end the review, following are the pros and cons in my opinion:

    Pros: Great battery backup – almost 2 days, easy to charge using any wireless chargers, has a tonne of features – you can check YouTube videos to know all the features available, works perfectly with Samsung phones, can connect to WiFi in case it is not connected to phone via Bluetooth and you can still make and receive phone calls. This works only with Samsung phones I think, so check about this if this is important.

    Cons: ECG doesn’t work yet, watch band feels very light and cheap, no proper Navigation app, lack of app support because of Tizen OS

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