The Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch has been launched in India and it costs around Rs. 28,500

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If you have been waiting for a nice smartwatch that will also look stylish, I think then the latest Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch perfectly fits the bill. It’s one of the best looking smart watches I have ever seen. It looks like a conventional watch and you can turn the dial to immediately turn it into a typical smartwatch with all the features that smartwatches have these is.

The Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch has been launched in India and it costs around Rs. 28,500. Considering that it pretty much does everything that a smartphone does, it is not a bad investment if you aren’t much crazy about your smartphone and you can use your smartwatch to make and receive phone calls and text messages.

It is the third-generation Gear S smartphone from Samsung. It is available in two variants: Classic and Frontier. Both the variants more or less have the same looks but they’re slightly different. For example, the buttons on the sides of Samsung Galaxy S3 Classic are bulging but on the Frontier, they are more or less flat. Both the watches have a dial that can be rotated to access various functions of the watch. Samsung S3 Frontier is a more rugged watch whereas the Classic version is to be used mostly inside.

If you have already used the Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch you will notice that Samsung Galaxy S3 is a bit bigger than its previous model. It may not completely replace the previous version, but it definitely comes with its own set of new features.

The features of the latest Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch are explained in this Android Authority post. The associated video is given below.

Here is another video that  shows 10 cool thing is that you can do with your Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch:

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Amrit Hallan is the founder of TechBakBak.com. He writes about technology not because “he loves to write about technology”, he actually believes that it makes the world a better place. On Twitter you can follow him at @amrithallan

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