Last September, the company launched the Galaxy Watch Active 2, which followed the Galaxy Watch Active and the original Galaxy Watch. Now, MySmartPrice claims to have spotted the Galaxy Watch 3 name on the NTBC certification site for new devices launching in Thailand.
XDA-Developers also says it8217;s confirmed this name through an image asset in Samsung8217;s own Galaxy Wearable app. Add it all up, and Samsung is likely skipping the Galaxy Watch 2 name, given it already did with the Galaxy Watch Active 2, and it8217;s ditching the confusion 8220;Active8221; bit and going straight to Galaxy Watch 3. It8217;s skipped model numbers in the past, including with the Galaxy S20.
XDA-Developers also spotted another Samsung wearable in the Galaxy Wearable app: An image asset revealing the previously-leaked Samsung Buds. The string with the image mentioned “buds_live” in the file name, suggesting that they could be called Galaxy Buds Live when they launch.