In August of last year, Oppo launched its new smartwatch series. Asian company presented watch 3 and watch3 pro with a good set of features. The Oppo Watch 3 Pro has everything to keep up with other flagship smartwatches like the Apple Watch and Galaxy Watch.

In fact, it outperforms the Apple Watch and watch galaxy In some areas. A notable example of this is the size of the screen. This Apple Watch Series 8 It has a 1.9 inch screen. This Galaxy Watch 5 ProIt also has a 1.4-inch display that was released on the same day as the Oppo Watch 3 Pro.

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Oppo Watch 3 Pro comes with a 1.91″ screen size. Just a second screen size Apple Watch Ultra It has a screen size of 1.92 inches. It also comes with other features like eSIM support, 327ppi AMOLED display and Always-On-Display. It also comes with WearOS 3 and Snapdragon W5+ Gen1 (4nm) chipset.

Oppo announces exclusive Watch 3 WeChat and it has interesting functions


Oppo Watch 3 comes with 32GB of internal storage and 1GB of RAM. It also comes with health-related features like heart rate monitor and blood oxygen (SpO2) monitor. You also get a large 550mAh battery.

With these features, it doesn’t look like Oppo is done with the Watch 3 yet. Thus, we are launching another Watch 3 model with a much needed feature. Oppo announced Oppo Watch 3 WeChat Edition. This watch brings contactless payment, a feature not found on the Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro.

What’s new in this WeChat version?

The new WeChat version seems to be no different from the Oppo Watch 3 Pro. Except for the NFC features, all other features of this watch match the Watch 3 Pro. Oppo also said that this watch offers sending capability. e-mail replies, voice using the microphone, or text replies using the keyboard. It also lets you view images and send preset quick replies on the 1.91-inch screen. Although these features are very useful, they can also be found on the Oppo Watch 3 Pro.

Source: Cincodias Elpais

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