Apple's Watch Series 7 smartwatch features an 1000-nits LTPO AMOLED display (41 mm 324 x 394 or 46 mm 396 x 484) 1 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage and a range of sensors, including heart-rate,SpO2 and VO2max.
Samsung's Galaxy Watch4 features a 1.36" 450x450 Super AMOLED display or a 1.19" 396x396 Super AMOLED on the smaller variant. It uses Samsung's new One UI Watch operating system (based on Wear OS), bioactive sensors (PPG, ECG, BIA),Exynos W920, LTE, 1.5GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage.
There is also a Galaxy Watch 4 variant, with similar specification but a slightly different design - a rotating bezel and stainless steel body (instead of the rubber band and the so-called digital bezel).
The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro is a high-end Harmony OS smartwatch, which comes in two sizes, 46 mm (with a 1.43" AMOLED) or 43 mm (1.32" AMOLED). It offers water resistance up to 30 m, an ECG sensor, blood-oxygen monitor, thermometer and comes with 300+ golf courses pre-loaded.
The Watch GT 3 Pro is now available in China, with a price that ranges between $380 and $700.
Sony's second-gen VR headset, the PlayStation VR2, offers dual 120fps 2000x2040 OLED displays that provide a 110-degree FOV. The VR2 also features eye tracking, four cameras, haptic feedback, 3D audio and a single-cable connection to a PlayStation 5.
Sony did not yet reveal the price or release date of the VR2.
The DIZO (owned by Realme) Watch R features a 1.3" 360x360 550-nits round AMOLED display, activity tracking for 110 sports modes, 5ATM waterproofing, heart rate tracking, SpO2 monitoring and sleep tracking.