In the Galaxy Fit series, Galaxy Fit 3 is the most advanced fitness tracker from the company. It adds plenty of new features, but ironically, it misses some essential ones. With the Galaxy Fit 3, you can not make a call or dial a new number. You can only receive the calls and answer them on your paired smartphone. Like the Galaxy Watch series, it doesn’t support Bluetooth calling functions or eSIM connectivity. The tracker only allows you to receive a call or reject it from your wrist.
It can also alert you if you missed a recent call. You can see missed call alerts in the notification area in case you forget to receive them. Further, on a bike or outdoors, you can mute the caller tone from the band. Also, you can send quick replies like call me back or I am busy while rejecting the calls. Finally, if you want to purchase it for a calling function, then you will be disappointed. For other uses like checking your heart rate, daily steps, Spo2, and sleep data, it is a good deal to purchase.