Article last updated on: Aug 11, 2019

In recent years OLED technology has emerged as the leading display technology for wearable devices - for fitness bands, smartwatches and VR headsets, due to the great image quality, the low power consumption and to the design possibilities enabled by flexible OLEDs. For more information on OLED displays for wearables, and the latest industry news, click here.

Following is a list of wearable devices with OLED displays:

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2

Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active 2 is a Tizen OS based smartwatch that features either a 1.2" 360x360 or 1.4" 360x360 round Super AMOLED displays, covered with Corning Gorilla Glass DX+.

The Watch Active 2 is based on a 1.15Ghz Exynos 9110 dual-core chipset with 768Mb of RAM (1.5Gb in the LTE models) and 4GB of internal storage.

Vivo Watch

The Vivo Watch is a smartwatch that features a round AMOLED display, 1.19" 390x390 or 1.39" 454x454. Other features include a blood oxygen monitor, heart rate sensor and 2GB of internal storage.

Vivo Watch photo

The Vivo Watch costs $190 (for both sizes) and will ship soon in China.

Apple Watch Series 6 / 6 SE

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.

Apple Watch Series 6 photo

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 Move Time Family Watch

TCL's Move Time Family Watch is a smartwatch that uses a 1.41" 320x260 (likely made by EDO) AMOLED display and is based on TCL's own operation system.

TCL Move Time Family Watch photo

The Move Time Family will launch globally later this year for around $270.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3

Samsung's Galaxy Watch 3 is a smartwatch that features a round (1.2" or 1.4") 360x360 Super AMOLED display, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage, GPS, Tizen OS and several sensors.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 photo

The Galaxy Watch 3 will start shipping in August 21.

Nubia Watch 2020

ZTE's Nubia Watch, an upgrade to the Nubia Alpha from 2019, sports a 4.01-inch flexible AMOLED display which is wrapped around the wrist strap. The watch includes eSIM connectivity and several health and sports sensors.

Nubia Watch 2020 photo

The Nubia Watch will ship in early August 2020 for 1799 Yuan (around $250 USD) in China. There's also a crowdfunding campaign for this device.

Xiaomi Mi Band 5

Xiaomi's fifth-generation fitness band features a 1.2-inch 126x294 AMOLED display, a heart-rate sensor, SpO2 sensor, NFC (optional) and a 14-day battery life.

Xiaomi Mi Band 5 photo

The Mi Band 5 is now shipping, starting at 189 yuan in China (around $25) and around $50 in the US.

Huawei Watch GT 2e

Huawei's Watch GT 2e is an entry-level smartwatch that features a 1.39" 454x454 BOE AMOLED display and is based on Huawei's own wearable platform. It includes an Accelerometer, heart rate sensor, SpO2 sensor and does not have any cellular connectivity.

Huawei Watch GT 2e photo

The Watch GT 2e will ship by the end of April for around $180 in China.a

Oppo Watch

Oppo's first smartwatch features a 1.91" 402x476 (326 PPI) flexible AMOLED display, a Qualcomm snapdragon Wear 2500 chipset, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage, ColorOS Watch operation system and an Accelerometer, gyro, heart rate sensr and a barometer.

Oppo Watch launch photo

The Oppo Watch will ship by the end of March 2020 in China for around $220.

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