Oppois is set to release the Watch 3 by the end of August already. A render has been leaked by the Weibo user Digital Chat Station confirming the design of the two smartwatch models. One of the watches will likely be powered by a new Snapdragon W5 chip, while the other may have a different wearable SoC.
The Oppo Watch 3 is still an Apple Watch clone.
The upcoming watch continues to resemble the original Oppo Watch with its squatish display, except for the missing digital crown. Although the size of the bezels on the two smartwatches is unknown, it has been previously assumed that Oppo will retain the 1.91-inch AMOLED display size on the base model.
Oppo's Watch 3 Pro appearsto have a prominent outward curvature and possibly a largerscreen. The Pro also has a digital crown on the right side, compared to the standard version, which is said to utilize a 2.5D curved glass and always-on display functionality.
The first smartwatches to be released on the Snapdragon W5 platform
Oppo claims that the Watch 3 will be the first wearable device to include the Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 chip, also known as Snapdragon Wear 5100. Mobvoi has also revealed that its unannounced smartwatch, likely theTicwatch Pro 4, will soon include the Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1, which is expected to improve performance and power efficiency.
The Mobvoi TicWatch 3 Pro Ultra GPS is now available on Amazon.
The price and availability of Oppo Watch 3 on the market are both variable.
Pricing and availability are yet to be determined. It is unceremoniously unlikely that the Oppo Watch 3 will be released in other countries due to the fact that the first Oppo Watch was released outside China two years ago. The company may also showcase its latest watches next month during the IFA 2022 in Berlin.
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