- Oppo Watch goes official.
- It supports the ECG sensor.
- The device is powered by Wear OS.
After all the teasers and leaks, today the popular Chinese brand has launched its first Smartwatch called Oppo Watch along with the latest and greatest Oppo Find X2 series. The company has launched its first Smartwatch with nice design as well as cool specifications. So, let’s check out the complete details of the device.
Specifications of Oppo Watch
The device is coming with the two screen sizes – 1.6 and 1.9 inch and both support a curved AMOLED display along with 326 PPI and 100 percent DCI P3 colour gamut. The new Watch sports a aluminium build with the two buttons that will allow users to navigate across the user interface.
Under the hood, the newly unveiled Oppo Watch is powered by the Snapdragon Wear 2500 chipset along with the Apollo 3 co-processor. The wearable boots on Google’s Wear OS with ColorOS Watch on top. It also supports the eSIM and that means you are not required to depend on the smartphone.
It is also coming with many fitness tracking features and that includes sleep monitoring, heart monitoring, and also ECG sensor which is not very common in the smartwatches. Moreover, the Oppo Watch is rated 5ATM for water resistance.
The latest Oppo Watch also supports the VOOC charging and claims to charge 50% of the battery in just 17 minutes. It is said to serve 40 hours on a single charge while the power saving mode will provide 21 days.
Pricing and availability
The pricing starts at CNY 1,999 and the device made available in China. Interested users can able to pre-book it from today onwards and the company will start shipping from March 24. Unfortunately, there is no information about the availability of the device in other parts of the world.