Apple's sixth-generation Watch wearable sports a 40 mm LTPO 324x394 AMOLED display (or 44 mm 368x448 on the larger edition). The Watch Series 6 features Apple's latest S6 processor, 32GB of storage, and a heart rate, blood oxygen and ECG sensors.
The Watch SE has the same displays, but features a slower processor (Apple S5), and doe not include the blood oxygen and ECG sensors.
TCL's Wearable Display is a VR HMD that is powered by dual 1080p Sony OLED Microdisplays to enable a 140-FOV display. The Wearable Display does not contain its own CPU or battery and is powered by a USB Type-C connector.
TCL did not yet detail the price and availability of the Wearable Display headset.
Epson Moverio BT-40 AR glasses adopt the company's latest Si-OLED microdisplays (0.453-inch, 1920x1200) that reach a 34-degree FOV and USB-C connectivity and an improved design compared to Epson's previous-generation Moverio glasses.
The Moverio BT-40 will start shipping by the end of 2020. Epson also offers the BT-40S which add an "Intelligent" Android Controller for custom software integration.