Galaxy Watch3 LTE Review

My Galaxy Watch has been one of the most useful pieces of technology I have ever owned. It's really helped me stay on track with my fitness goals and it makes my Android device a lot more functional.

 But as much as I love my watch, I've always been frustrated that I have to charge it every night or risk running out of battery power halfway through the day. 

That's why I was excited when Samsung announced the new Galaxy Watch 3 LTE, which lets you make calls, send texts and do other things right from your wrist without ever needing to charge it up. 

The watch has a 4G connection, and you can also connect to Wi-Fi networks or use its own LTE connection for phone calls and text messages.

The Galaxy Watch 3 LTE has a large, 1.2-inch round display with a 360×360 AMOLED screen that looks as good as the watch's predecessor. 

It doesn't have an ambient light sensor, so its brightness is at the mercy of your phone's own light sensor, and it goes dim when you're in a dark room or outside at night. 

Hopefully, Samsung will add an ambient light sensor to future versions of the watch, but even without one these displays are easy to see indoors and out.

Samsung says this version of the Galaxy Watch lasts for 4 days on a single charge (that number might change by the time this review hits newsstands), which is twice as long as what I get from my original Samsung smartwatch. 

The LTE version is supposed to last up to 7 hours on a single charge, or 4 days when using its phone calling features. That's far from the all-day battery life that I'm used to getting with my other smartwatches, but you can still get through a couple of days without needing to recharge if you don't use it for calling and texting.

The Galaxy Watch 3 runs Tizen Wear, Google's operating system for wearables. It has more sensors than ever before -- it supports heart rate monitors and even lets you take an electrocardiogram (ECG) to check your heart activity. 

There are built-in apps like Spotify so you can listen to music right from your watch, which is cool. There are also apps that let you customize the watch faces, add reminders, and even control phone features through your wrist (like taking a selfie with the front-facing camera).

The Samsung Galaxy Watch LTE is the best smartwatch for those who are looking for the perfect combination of performance, design, and features. 

It is designed to give us all the information we need during our day without having to look at our smartphones thanks to its large screen, which also allows us to play music directly from it with a greater range of colors and 2GB of RAM.

It is compatible with any Android smartphone model running the latest version of Android or iOS on iPhone 6 and above from Apple.

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