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:

Apple Watch Series 8 / Watch SE / Watch Ultra

Apple's smartwatch range for 2022 includes three deice,s the Watch Series 8, the Watch SE (2022) and the Watch Ultra (2022). The Apple Watch Series 8 is quite similar to the Watch Series 7 - with a 41 mm 324 x 394 or 46 mm 396 x 484 1000 nits LTPO AMOLED display. Compared to its previous generation, the Watch adds an upgraded chipset, a temperature sensor, crash detection, and a new Ultra low power mode.

Apple Watch Series 8 photo

The Watch SE 2022 is Apple's new entry-level watch, and offers a smaller display (1.78" 1000 nits 448x368 LTPO AMOLED).

Samsung Galaxy Watch4

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.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 photo

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).

Lenovo Glasses T1

Lenovo's Glasses T1 are AR glasses that can connect (tether) to all Windows, MacOS, Android or iOS devices. The T1 are based on dual 1920x1080 OLED microdisplays. As they do not contain any processor or battery, they are light and small.

Lenovo Glasses T1 photo

Lenovo is demonstrating early T1 prototypes, and have not yet announced a release date or price for the AR glasses.

Garmin Venu sq 2

Garmin's Venu sq 2 is a smartwatch that offers a rectangular 1.41" 360x320 AMOLED display, a heart rate sensor and more.

Garmin Venu sq 2 photo

The Venu sq2 will ship soon starting at $249.99.

Noise ColorFit Ultra 2 Buzz

Noise's ColorFit Ultra 2 Buzz smartwatch features a 1.78" 366x448 AMOLED always-on display and Bluetooth calling.

Noise ColorFit Ultra 2 Buzz photo

The ColorFit Ultra 2 Buzz is now shipping in India for around $40.

Oppo Watch 3 Pro

Oppo's Watch 3 Pro smartwatch uses a 1.91" 378x496 LTPO AMOLED display, a Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 chipset, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a heart rate and SpO2 sensors.

Oppo Watch 3 Pro photo

The Watch 3 Pro will ship by the end of August 2022, for about $275.

Samsung Galaxy Watch5 / Watch5 Pro

Samsung's Galaxy Watch5 features a 1.4" round 450x450 Super AMOLED display, a Sapphire Crystal cover, an Exynos W920 chipset, 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and a host of sensors. The Watch5 Pro is even more durable with enhanced Sapphire Crystal and a larger bezel.

Samsung Galaxy Watch5 photo

The Galaxy Watch5 series will ship by the end of August 2022, starting at around $360.

Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera

Xiaomi's first AR glasses, called the Mijia Glasses Camera, is an AR HMD device that is based on two Sony OLED microdisplays (likely the ECX335S 0.7" FHD 3,000 nits type). Other features include a Snapdragon 8 chipset, dual cameras with 5X optical zoom, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.

Xiaomi Mijia AR Glasses photo

Xiaomi has launched the new device in its own crowdfunding platform, with a cost of 2,499 Yuan (around $370 USD). The price after the campaign will rise a bit to 2,699 Yuan, or about $400.

Fastrack Reflex

The Reflex smartwatch, by India-based Fastrack, offers a 1.3" round AMOLED display, heart rate, blood pressure and SpO2 sensors, sleep tracking, support for both iOS and Android smartphones and build-in games.

Fastrack Reflex photo

The Reflex is now shipping in India for around $100.

Xiaomi Band 7 Pro

The Xiaomi Band 7 Pro is a smartwatch that offers a 1.64" 280x456 (326 PPI) rectangular AMOLED display, heart rate and blood-oxygen tracking, 6-days of battery under heavy use and 5ATM waterproofing.

Xiaomi Band 7 Pro photo

The Band 7 Pro is now shipping in China, starting at around $60.

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