Later this month, OPPO will introduce its newest line of wearables, the OPPO Watch 3 series. As its name suggests, the smartwatch will replace the OPPO Watch 2, which was released last year.
The business has now revealed a teaser poster for the OPPO Watch 3 series ahead of the formal launch, confirming the chipset that will power the future smartwatches.
The teaser picture reveals that the recently unveiled Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 wearable technology would power the OPPO Watch 3 series. As a result, it is the first smartwatch to use this new chipset.
Earlier this week, Qualcomm unveiled its 4nm Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 and W5+ Gen 1 processors. The processors, designed specifically for wearable devices, provide double the power while requiring half as much energy as their predecessors.
The new smartwatches from OPPO have not yet been released, and nothing is known about their features and characteristics. But in the following days, we anticipate learning more due to leaks and teases.
The OPPO Watch 3 series, which will reportedly include three models, will offer a high screen-to-body ratio and support for eSIM capabilities. The ColorOS Watch operating system will be used.
TicWatch has further affirmed that its following flagship wristwatch models would be equipped with the Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 chipset, joining OPPO in this declaration. The first gadget featuring a W5+ processor, the TicWatch 4 Pro, is anticipated to be on sale soon.