Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 receives the first software update

A few years ago, fitness bands were quite popular and aggressive in the market but the versatility of smartwatches grabbed the major market potential. So, these days the number of fitness band releases has been reduced drastically. Still, several OEMs have been consistent in this category, like Huawei and Samsung. In early 2024, Samsung launched the Galaxy Fit 3 wearable as a successor to the Galaxy Fit 2. Now, the Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 receives its first software update after three months.

It comes with multiple improvements to its predecessor, that offers up to 13 days of battery life on a single charge, a 1.6-inch AMOLED screen, added activity and sleep modes, instant notifications & media controls, a stunning form factor, is slim & lightweight, has a light sensor, barometer, IP68 water rating up to 5ATM, etc.

This also includes accurate tracking details like sleep, steps, heart rate, fall detection, SOS message, medical info, find my phone, 100+ watch faces, and more. So, users are now getting the first-ever software update on their Galaxy Fit 3 wearable after three months of its release.

Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 receives the first software update

The update package size is 21.04MB and the firmware version is R390XXU0AXE1. if we take a look at the update changelog, the new firmware improves the overall system stability of the fitness band. There is no other added feature or improvement to the wearable with this update.

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As per reports, this new update brings a fix to steps tracking issues. The new update is currently rolling out to South Korea and more regions will soon receive the same update. You can check for the available software update directly via the Galaxy Wearable app on your smartphone: Band Settings > Band Software Update > Download and Install. Ensure the internet connection is active and both devices are connected via Bluetooth.

Ensure to reboot your fitness band once the update is completed to get a seamless user experience without any conflicts. If you’ve got any more issues, you can comment below.

Subodh Gupta
Subodh Gupta
Subodh is from Kolkatta. He has been covering Windows, Apple and Android news and guides on RMG network

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