Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 reportedly debuting on July 22

Another new leak suggests the upcoming smartwatch will include customizable watchfaces

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch 3 might be debuting on July 22nd, according to a recent image posted online by notable leaker Evan Blass.

Blass posted leaked images of the watch on Twitter, and in one of them you can see the date Wednesday, the 22nd. Many have speculated that this could indicate that the watch is launching next month on the 22nd.

Several previous rumours and leaks have suggested that the watch would debut sometime in July, and now we have a possible exact date. This would indicate that the debut is less than a month away. However, as always, this leak should be taken with a grain of salt since nothing has been confirmed.

Rumoured Galaxy Watch 3 specs indicate that the wearable features an electrocardiogram sensor, a heart rate monitor with an 8-pulse photodiode with blood pressure monitoring support and a 340mAh battery.

The wearable reportedly features 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, MIL-STD-810G certification, GPS connectivity, IP68 water and dust resistance and lastly, Tizen OS 5.5 out of the box.

A new leak from Max Weinbach also suggests the smartwatch could include customizable watchfaces and have updates to its email, music and calendar apps. Some of the watchfaces have a new feature called ‘informative digital edge,’ which showcases your current steps taken or your heart rate around the edges of the display.

So far there haven’t been any reports about rumoured pricing for the Galaxy Watch 3, but we may learn more about the price closer to the launch date.

Source: @evleaks, @MaxWinebach, Android Police