The Galaxy Watch 3, Samsung’s very latest smartwatch running Tizen OS, is now available to buy across the United States. In addition to ordering one directly from Samsung, you can also place an order with pretty much every major electronics distributor in the country, including Best Buy, Walmart, and Target, as well as all national wireless carriers in Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile. Prices start at $400 for the smaller, 41mm model, whereas the larger, 45mm one will set you back at least $430, not accounting for any potential promotions that you might be able to avail. On the other hand, we are also not accounting for any applicable sales tax that most U.S. customers will be expected to pay here. Note that 4G LTE functionality is an optional extra that will cost a few additional dollars as both sizes of the new smartwatch can also be purchased in Wi-Fi-only configurations. There’s a lot of choice in terms of band customization options, at least, none of which will cost you an arm and a leg – unlike some notable competitors of Samsung’s. Given the timing of this U.S. release, it is likely the Galaxy Watch 3 will be offered at some decent discounts closer to the end of the year. For more up-to date technology news kindly check out our tech news category or follow us on Facebook!