Qualcomm took off the instances this morning Snapdragon W5 and W5+ portable chipsetsand just some hours later we already know what would be the first smartwatches powered by the 2 new platforms.
For the Snapdragon W5, it is the Oppo Watch 3, which might be launched in August. The data comes instantly from Franco Li, Oppo’s affiliate vp and president of IoT enterprise. He is referring to the Watch 3 as a sequence, so we’re anticipating a couple of mannequin, however at the least considered one of these ought to mark the debut of the W5 platform in an precise product.
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Whether or not or not this product might be launched globally stays to be seen, we hope that would be the case because the wearable world desperately wants extra competitors. And whereas we’re on the hopeful be aware, let’s additionally point out that we’re hoping Qualcomm’s claims of battery life and efficiency stay as much as the W5 and W5+.
Mobvoi will observe Oppo with its next-generation TicWatch flagship smartwatch, on account of launch this fall. The yet-to-be-named TicWatch (which can almost certainly be known as the TicWatch Professional 4) would be the first smartwatch to make use of the Snapdragon W5+. This info additionally comes instantly from the corporate itself, on this case instantly from Mobvoi CEO Zhifei Li.
There aren’t any different official particulars on both of those upcoming product traces, however a earlier rumor has it that there might be three Oppo Watch 3 models (how becoming!), all with a excessive screen-to-body ratio and sq. designs which can be mentioned to be provided in black, silver, darkish grey and “mild gold”.