In global markets, the Oppo Watch 3 could compete

In global markets, the Oppo Watch 3 could compete
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In August, the Oppo Watch 3 series made its debut in China. Despite the fact that it has been over four months, the brand has yet to make an official announcement regarding the availability of its latest wearables in international markets.

However, according to a recent report, the Oppo Watch 3 will be available in India by the end of March or early April. Unfortunately, the report did not reveal any additional information about the product. Follow For More Updates at

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Oppo launched the first-generation Oppo Watch in international markets in 2020. In mainland China and other regions, that wearable used different chipsets.

The Oppo Watch 2 series was only available in China. According to the report, the Oppo Watch 3 will be released in international markets. Because the first-generation model had different specifications depending on region, the Oppo Watch 3 for global markets may differ from the original sold in China.

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We wouldn’t be surprised if Oppo renames the recently released Oppo Watch SE the Oppo Watch 3. Because this specific wearable could assist the company in maintaining competitive pricing. In any case, we hope that Oppo releases any of these smartwatches in global markets. Because the options for Wear OS-enabled watches are far more limited than in previous years.

The Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 wearables from Samsung are currently the go-to options for anyone looking for a proper smartwatch on the Android platform. Other options include the Fosill Gen 6 Wellness Edition and the Google Pixel Watch. However, these two are only available in a few countries, as opposed to Galaxy Watches, which are available in almost every region.

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Both the Oppo Watch 3 and the Oppo Watch SE have excellent hardware. The former is powered by a Snapdragon W5, whereas the latter is equipped with a Snapdragon 4100 Plus SoC. They also include coprocessors, the Apollo 4 Plus (Watch 3) and Apollo 4s (Watch SE).

The aforementioned hardware is sufficient to run the most recent Wear OS 3.0 smoothly. As a result, if Oppo brings either of these watches to global markets, they will be able to compete with Samsung. For the latest news, follow us on Google News

These wearables also include eSIM, Bluetooth calling, multiple sports modes, heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen level monitoring, sleep tracking, 5ATM water resistance, and other features. However, they lack ECG and blood pressure monitoring, which are available on the Galaxy Watch 4/5.

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