vivo has introduced the Watch 3 in China and is the first to use the brand’s latest BlueOS.

The BlueOS on the vivo Watch 3 comes with a pretty familiar interface, integration with vivo’s own Jovi assistant, built-in app store, and standard features like health tracking, notifications, timer, weather, and more.

It has a fancy 1.43-inch AMOLED circular display with a 466 x 466 resolution, 10 built-in watch faces, and always-on (AOD) functionality.


The curved glass melts to the sides, with fairly clean bezels all around. The device only has one size, but still comes in two versions: the silicone strap version lets you easily slide in the strap while the leather version has twin lugs like a traditional watch.

It then has a fancy metal body with a premium stainless steel digital crown for navigating the interface.


Fitness and health tracking is made possible by the Star Ring sensor that has 8-channel heart rate tracking and 16-channel blood oxygen monitoring.

The watch is 46.1mm wide and only weighs 36g. There’s a 505mAh battery that vivo claims can last for up to 16 days with the Bluetooth off, up to 8 days under normal use with Bluetooth, and 3 days under heavy consumption.


The vivo Watch 3 Bluetooth-only version has a price of CNY1,099 (~Php8,400) for the silicone strap version and CNY1,199 (~Php9,200) for the leather. Meanwhile, the eSIM version comes in at CNY1,299 (~Php9,900) and CNY1,399 (~Php10,800) for the silicone and leather versions, respectively.

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