Vivo Watch 3 With BlueOS, 16-Day Battery Life Launched In China

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Vivo Watch 3 With BlueOS, 16-Day Battery Life Launched In China

Vivo launched a new smartwatch in its own country to coincide with the introduction of the top X100 series smartphones. As the Watch 2’s replacement, which made its debut back in 2021, the most recent offering is the Vivo Watch 3.

 In comparison to its predecessor, the wearable device has major upgrades. Continue reading to find out more about the device.

Features and Specification of Vivo Watch 3

The Vivo Watch 3 is immediately smaller than its predecessor. The device has a physical button on the right side at the bottom for accessing the interface and other features, and a stainless steel rotating crown on top.

 The 1.43-inch circular screen of the smartwatch is covered in a 3D curved glass.

The Vivo Watch 3 has a heart-rate monitor, a SpO2 sensor, and an alarm that alerts the user to any unusual swings in their fitness or health.

 In addition, the device can monitor stress, sleep, and even the menstrual cycle of women. For hearing protection, the smartwatch can also identify loud noise levels.

The Vivo Watch 3 offers customized exercise routines and support for over 100 fitness modes.

The company’s in-house BlueOS operating system, which is built on the Rust programming language and includes features like NFC vehicle keys and camera control, powers the Vivo Watch 3.

Users may swipe cards from the watch by raising their wrist, and it can also store cards. Additionally, a QR code to process the payment is shown. The smartwatch has eSIM compatibility built-in for hands-free phone calls.

The Vivo Watch 3 offers 4GB of built-in storage for music and 64MB of RAM. TWS earphones can be connected to it as well. With just one charge, the wearable gadget is said to have a 16-day battery life thanks to its 505mAh battery.

The colors Chen Yehei, Moonlight White, Starlight, and Bright Moon are available for the Vivo Watch 3. The eSIM version of the smartwatch with a leather strap starts at CNY 1,399 (~$191), while the other model costs CNY 1,299 (~$178) and has a soft rubber strap.

The prices of the Bluetooth version with the same options for straps are CNY 1,199 (about $164) and CNY 1,099 (about $150).

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