The OPPO Watch 3 won its first official rendering after having a possible release date revealed by the trusted Digital Chat Station.
According to the sources of the leak, this image will be used by OPPO in the dissemination of smart watches. The first device is the standard OPPO Watch 3 as it has a curved glass design and a flat body.
On the other hand, the OPPO Watch 3 Pro also has 2.5D glass and its structure is fully curved.
Check it out below:
According to the Chinese manufacturer, the new watches should be the first in the world to deliver the Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 platform to the consumer market.
In addition, rumors indicate that the Pro model should have support for 4G connection via eSIM, something very important for those who want to exercise without the need to be connected to their smartphone.
So far, OPPO does not comment on the leaks, but we already know that the Chinese is landing in Europe and may sell wearables in the future.
Update (02/08/22) – JB
OPPO Watch 3 gets possible release date in new leak
With the arrival of OPPO in Europe, the chances of the Chinese manufacturer starting to launch its smart devices in the national market are great. This is the case with OPPO Watch 3, which May be released on August 10th.
The information was revealed by the well-known Digital Chat Station through its Chinese social networks, and this watch will be the first in the world to use the new Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 platform.
The other details of the device still remain secret, but rumors indicate that we should expect from the OPPO Watch 3 42 and 46 mm versions.
In addition, sources have already revealed that the smart watch will have few edges on the display, while some expected features include: monitoring of heart rate, sleep, SpO2 and tracking of various physical activities.
Update (7/20/22) – JB
OPPO Watch 3 has Snapdragon W5 and release forecast confirmed
After Qualcomm presented the Snapdragon W5, OPPO used its social media to confirm that the OPPO Watch 3 will be the first in the world to feature the new platform.
In addition, the company’s vice president of business and IoT, Franco Li, said “the series” should be announced in August. That is, we should expect more from a watch with Qualcomm’s new chipset.
For now, the wearable’s specs remain a relative secret, but some details have been leaked by people who have access to the company’s plans.
According to these sources, the line should have 42mm and 46mm versions, and the screen-to-body ratio will be the highest in the category.
In addition, we must also have square watches with rounded corners, and the expected features are: NFC, heart rate reader and SpO2.
Original text (27/06/22)
Details about Oppo Watch 3 smartwatch and Oppo Band 2 bracelet leak
the chinese brand Oppo is getting ready to launch the new generations of its Oppo Watch smartwatch and Oppo Band smart bracelet. This Monday (27), the first unofficial information about the products was released.
According to the website Gizmochina, a Chinese leaker took to the Weibo forum to reveal what Oppo would be preparing to bring to the market. The informant stated that the Oppo Watch 3 will arrive in three variants, just like the Oppo Watch 2.
These models will have model numbers OWW211, OWW212, and OWW213. Unfortunately, it doesn’t say how these versions will differ from each other. Perhaps two of them could have a 42mm dial and the other a 46mm.
Also according to the leaker, the smart watch should come with a high screen-to-body ratio and a square screen with rounded corners. Oppo Watch 3 can also be available in four colors: black, silver, dark gray and light gold.
On the other hand, the Oppo Band 2 bracelet must have the number OBB211 and be sold in black and blue color options. The model should also arrive with NFC, SpO2 sensor for monitoring blood oxygen level and much more.
So far, that’s all the information we have about Oppo’s upcoming wearables. The expectation is that these wearables will be officially launched in the Chinese market soon. There is no confirmation of coming to Europe.
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