Oppo releases a new edition for its Oppo Watch 3 Series in China

The last year launched Oppo Watch 3 series has been added up with a new WeChat edition to address the issue of contactless payment through the watch. The series earlier consisted of Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro.

There haven’t been many changes in the watch, and it appears that the Oppo Watch 3 Pro has been simply updated with the NFC Chip. Additionally, WeChat payments are supported, obviously. The Oppo also emphasizes the capability of sending text or audio messages using the keyboard or microphone.

Even sending pre-written short answers, seeing images, and sending emojis are options. Along with this, WeChat sports synchronization is also included in it. However, it doesn’t appear to be any type of new feature to us.

Aside from this WeChat can also be used while the proper smart mode or Ultra power saving mode is turned on.

This smartwatch is even expected to have 1.91 inches LTPO fully curved flexible display just like the Pro version and a 378×496 resolution. With this, it could be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Gen1 wearable platform and Apollo 4 Plus dual chip supporting UDDE Dual Engine Hybrid Technology 2.0.

 

 




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