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All Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 models are on sale at a huge $150 discount

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All Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 models are on sale at a huge $150 discount
Even though the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is undeniably the world's greatest alternative to the best-selling Apple Watch Series 6, bargain hunters have been able to purchase the feature-packed Android and iOS-compatible wearable device at a surprisingly hefty discount for a long time now.

While various deals have come and gone at various retailers and carriers since September 2020, Amazon is currently running by far the most attractive sale yet requiring no jumping through hoops whatsoever. 

For what we can only assume will prove to be a limited time, all Galaxy Watch 3 versions are available at a whopping 150 bucks less than usual. We're talking both 41 and 45mm case sizes, with or without standalone cellular connectivity, up for grabs in several different paint jobs each, as well as a single Bluetooth-only premium Titanium edition in black.

Given that the cheapest model normally costs $399.99, this latest (and greatest) discount translates to no less than 38 percent slashed off the list price of an entry-level Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 configuration. Meanwhile, the most expensive variant is the extra-robust aforementioned titanium-made device, which can be purchased at the time of this writing for "just" 25 percent off its $599.99 MSRP.

It pretty much goes without saying that the industry-leading Apple Watch Series 6 high-ender is never sold at these types of price cuts, and the Galaxy Watch 3 is in no way inferior to its arch-rival, either in theory or in reality. 

Both wrist-worn powerhouses can literally save your life by monitoring your ECG and detecting falls, as well as alerting you of low and high heart rate numbers. Many would argue the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is in fact prettier than the world's most popular smartwatch, with its circular design and high-res Super AMOLED screen, not to mention the added utility of the revived physical rotating bezel.

Although short of ideal, the battery life is also quite solid and the third-party app support not bad at all, which makes us wonder why in the world is Samsung purportedly planning to replace Tizen with Wear OS for its next addition to the increasingly successful Galaxy Watch family. Then again, that might be yet another reason to strongly consider buying the Galaxy Watch 3 as soon as possible.

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