Vivo Watch 3 Introduction
In a highly-anticipated event, in addition to the X100 Series, Vivo has officially revealed its latest innovation – the Vivo Watch 3. The standout feature of this smartwatch is the introduction of the BlueOS operating system, marking a significant stride in self-developed technology for the brand.
The Vivo Watch 3 boasts a sleek design, featuring a 3D large arc surface glass watch mirror and a stainless steel digital crown. Its case incorporates an innovative removable lug design, seamlessly prompting users to match the dial when changing the strap.
Notably, the BlueOS is crafted using the Rust programming language, offering advantages in security, efficiency, and maintainability. With a focus on enhancing AI capabilities, the operating system enables natural and intuitive interactions through sound, vision, touch, and more.
A new addition to the Vivo Watch 3 is the watch app store, a collaborative effort with major head apps. Users can now download and utilize third-party apps such as Alipay and Baidu Maps, expanding the functionality of the smartwatch.
The introduction of eSIM independent communication sets the Vivo Watch 3 apart, allowing users to receive messages and make calls by simply raising their hands. The device ensures deep compatibility with Vivo atomic notification, providing quick access to nine categories of notification information.
While BlueOS does not support Android applications, Vivo emphasizes its commitment to evolving beyond compatibility with the existing ecosystem. The smartwatch aligns itself with the light OS devices for seamless performance.
In the realm of sports and health, the Vivo Watch 3 offers an extensive array of features. Boasting over 100 sports modes and equipped with professional AI running coaches, users can customize their training plans. The watch introduces multi-channel star ring health monitoring, bids farewell to the harsh green light in sleep monitoring, and supports non-visible light for undisturbed heart rate tracking. Additionally, it features 8-channel heart rate and 16-channel blood oxygen monitoring.
Key specifications include a 1.43-inch display, dimensions of 46.1 × 46.1 × 13.75mm, and a lightweight design at 36g (excluding the strap). Connectivity is ensured through Bluetooth 5.2, and the watch is powered by a robust 485mAh battery.
The Vivo Watch 3 comes in two versions: the Bluetooth version priced at 1099 and the e-SIM version at 1299, offering consumers flexibility in choosing the variant that suits their needs. With its impressive features and advanced technology, the Vivo Watch 3 is poised to make waves in the smartwatch market.