The Oppo Watch 3 will be the first wristwatch featuring the Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 CPU; it was disclosed ahead of its arrival next month. Recently, the wearable Snapdragon W5 and W5+ processors were introduced.
Franco Li, an executive for Oppo, is credited with revealing that the OPPO Watch 3 will use the vanilla version of the chipset.
There will be many versions in the Watch 3 series, and we anticipate that at least one of them will have the new Snapdragon wearable CPU.
The new chipsets, according to Qualcomm, provide better performance and longer battery life. When the components are found in genuine goods, these claims may be evaluated in their entirety.
However, it is assumed that the chipmaker’s assertions are categorically factual. According to an earlier report, there will be three models in the Watch 3 series.
The screens on all three versions will be square and feature a high screen-to-body ratio. Additionally, it was said that the models would come in silver, dark gray, black, and pale gold.
The Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 processor will be used for the first time by Mobvoi in its TicWatch flagship variants. This autumn is when the next TicWatch, speculated to be called the TicWatch 4 Pro, is predicted to be launched. The W5+ wearable processor will debut in the TicWatch model, according to Mobvoi’s CEO.
It is not apparent if the Oppo Watch 3 will be released internationally. A worldwide release will undoubtedly increase the alternatives accessible to customers everywhere. As the Watch 3 draws nearer, more information will become available.