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Head outdoors without your phone

With a GPS on the Gear S3, your phone can stay at home or tucked away in your backpack. You still get optimized hiking routes, still see the distance to the next hole on the green, and find the best places to eat in the area after the game.

Illustration of cycling route
Gear S3 is worn on wrist

Notify your emergency contacts

Just press the home button three times. You can immediately send your location to predetermined people of your choice who will then be able to track your whereabouts in real time.

*Service is provided by the Glympse location platform. Available services may vary by country or region. Services may vary by country or region.

SOS Service

Three presses on the home button will also send an alert to the security company you signed up with.

SOS alert on watch face of Gear S3
Map showing Gear S3 owner’s location on Galaxy S7 screen
Real time location of Gear S3 owner
The letters S O S

No need to charge every day

With the Gear S3, you can go for up to four days before putting it down for a charge. Its battery lasts that long.

*Battery life may vary depending on usage and settings.

Deconstructed image of Gear S3

Charge wirelessly and fast

When the Gear S3 needs a charge, just set it down on its wireless charging dock. Just like that. And you don't even have to wait long, because it charges fast as well.

Gear S3 being charged wirelessly on wireless charger

Resistant to water and dust

Wear the Gear S3 out in all kinds of weather, to all kinds of places. It's rated IP68 so it's able to withstand dust and dirt and being up to 1.5 meters or for up to 30 minutes underwater.

*Not suitable for swimming or diving.

Image of a person washing hands while wearing Gear S3