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.
The Meizu Watch is a smartwatch with a 1.78-inch 368x448 (326 PPI) AMOLED display, snapdragon wear 4100, wear OS, LTE eSIM, 1GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage, heart rate monitor, SpO2 sensor and a battery that lasts for 36 hours.
The Meizu Watch is now shipping in China for 1,500 CNY (around $235).
Huawei's Watch 3 smartwatch features a 1.43-inch 466x466 1000-nits round AMOLED display, 2GB of RAM, 16 of storage and Huawei's own Harmony OS. The watch offers LTE and GPS connectivity, and has heart rate, thermometer and SpO2 sensors.
The Watch 3 Pro is similar but is built from higher-end materials. Both devices are expected to ship by the end of June 2021.
TCL's Nxtwear G (previously called simply TCL 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 of its Nxtwear G headset, which should launch in Australia by the end of July 2021.