Samsung's priciest Galaxy Watch 3 flavor is now cheaper than ever before0
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Galaxy Watch 3 Titanium released in the US a couple of months after its standard stainless steel-made siblings was the $599.99 starting price.Of course, the main problem with the aptly named
That made the GPS-only 45mm timepiece a whopping two Benjamins costlier than an entry-level Galaxy Watch 3 version in a 41mm size, but believe it or not, the newest Amazon deal covers precisely that difference.
At $200 off its aforementioned MSRP, the extra-large, durable, and surprisingly lightweight Mystic Black device essentially matches the regular price of a smaller, slightly more fragile, and somehow heavier variant available in Mystic Silver and Mystic Bronze hues.
Then again, the cheapest Galaxy Watch 3 models are themselves marked down by a cool $150 at the time of this writing on Amazon, and in fact, the same goes for all other versions of Samsung's latest and undoubtedly greatest Tizen-powered smartwatch yet.
Otherwise put, it's still much cheaper to buy this Android and iOS-compatible bad boy with a stainless steel case and leather strap, whether you want standalone cellular connectivity on your wrist or not and whether you prefer a 41 or 45mm size.
That being said, recent history seems to suggest the "regular" Galaxy Watch 3 edition could score an even deeper price cut across the board come Amazon's Prime Day 2021 festival in just a couple of weeks, while the Titanium flavor sporting a metal band in addition to that super-premium and tough body is on sale at a new all-time low price right now.
Before deciding to pull the trigger, you may want to keep in mind that Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch Active 4 are set to ditch Tizen in favor of a new Wear OS version integrating the best of Tizen, with said merged software however not headed for the Galaxy Watch 3 as an over-the-air update.