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Meet Galaxy Watch3! Galaxy Watch3's advanced health monitoring offers valuable insights into your fitness and wellness by measuring your heart rhythm and tracking how well your heart is pumping oxygen through the body. Keep your health in good hands, from your wrist. For more information, visit http://smsng.co/GalaxyWatch3 #GalaxyWatch3 #Watch3 #Howto

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