OPPO released its newest wristwatch lineup, the OPPO Watch 3 series, a few weeks ago. The wearable is a replacement for the Watch 2 series that the business introduced last year, as the name suggests. The OPPO Watch 3 line of smartwatches is now formally being sold by the firm in the Chinese market. Additionally, OPPO is giving first-time buyers of the device a 100 yuan discount.
The pricing of the OPPO Watch 3 is 1,599 Yuan ($235), while the leather-band version costs 1,699 Yuan ($250). However, the Pro model costs 1,999 yuan (about $294), and the leather strap version costs 2,099 yuan (about $308). In terms of features, the OPPO Watch 3 series features a square dial, exactly like its forerunners.
The resolution of the 1.75-inch AMOLED screen on the Watch 3 is 430 x 372, while the 1.91-inch LTPO curved OLED display on the Watch 3 Pro has a resolution of 496 x 378 pixels. Both devices are equipped with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 CPU, 1GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage.
The business also produces its own Apollo 4 Plus processor. Along with other features, it supports LTE connectivity, Bluetooth 5.0, GNSS, and NFC for things like car keys, passes, and payments. The gadgets have a water resistance rating of 5ATM and have all the necessary sensors, including an altimeter, accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, optical heart rate sensor, SpO2 sensor, and ambient light sensor. The OPPO Watch 3 Pro version also includes an ECG sensor.
The smartwatch comes pre-installed with the ColorOS Watch 5.0 operating system. The Watch 3 has a 400mAh battery and is touted to have a four-day battery life, while the Watch Pro has a 550mAh battery, and the firm claims that it will last five days on a single charge.