Samsung has launched the Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch in South Korea, with its rollout in other regions, including Australia, U.K., and U.S. starting on November 18. The wearable is priced at $350 and comes in two variants, the Gear S3 Classic and a more sporty iteration, the Gear S3 Frontier.
The smartwatch, unveiled at IFA 2016, features Samsung’s rotating bezel design and Tizen-based user interface. It’s compatible with Samsung Pay and S-Health and comes with LTE support and IP68 certification for dust and water resistance.
Additionally, Samsung claims that the 380 mAh battery the Gear S3 houses could provide up to four-day battery life.
Samsung recently made the Gear S3 available for pre-order in the UK via its official site where it sold out in both versions.
You can read our hands-on Samsung Gear S3 review at the link if you want to know our thoughts, and let us know what you think of Samsung’s latest smartwatches in the comments. below.