Samsung’s Galaxy Watch3 is one of the best Android wearable devices on the market today, but it launched with a sky-high MSRP. This is especially true for more sophisticated versions, like the 45-millimeter LTE model. Six months ago you would have had to shell out a staggering $ 480 to get one. Today, however, you can buy one for $ 309, $ 70 off its sale price in recent months.
The Watch3 runs Samsung’s Tizen operating system, but it also works great with non-Samsung Android phones. Being the LTE version, you can use it to receive notifications and stream music even if you are out of range of your phone or Wi-Fi. It also has a physical rotating bezel for navigating the user interface, a fan favorite feature.
Ignore my $ 10.20 in Captial One rewards.
At $ 309.09, the watch technically costs $ 170.90 below the MSRP. However, it’s still available for $ 379 since December, so it’s more fair to call it a $ 70 discount. But anyway, that’s a lot of bread. If you’ve been trying to find a good LTE watch to use with your Android phone, this could be for you. Follow the link below to check it out.