Chinese telecommunication company Oppo entered into the smartwatch space by launching its first smartwatch along with the Find X2 series. It is pretty much similar to Apple Watch not because of its curved glass and square-ish screen, but also for its heavy black UI and the integrated bands. As per the report, this Oppo’s first smartwatch runs on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 2500 chipset, and it is available with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage.
This Android-powered wearable smartwatch is equipped with a 1.91-inch OLED screen plus a 4.5mm-thick aluminum frame, which has 402×473 resolution. The best part about the smartwatch is that it is water-resistant to 50 meters. Apart from this fantastic feature, it also has eSIM-based cellular connectivity and it allows its users to make payments via NFC (at least in China).
As per the company’s statement, the first smartwatch from Oppo is designed in a way that it does not only monitor heart rates but also keep track of fitness, music playback, menstrual cycles, and sleeping quality, and so on. However, it is not capable of the electrocardiogram as it does not have an electrical heart sensor.
Another best feature of Oppo’s smartwatch is its VOOC technology, which makes it charge quickly. As per the company’s statement, it takes around 15 minutes to charge the smartwatch to 46-percent, while around 1 hour plus 15 minutes to get it fully charged.
A recent report has confirmed that people can pre-book an Oppo Watch today, ahead of the launch on March 24, and the 46mm version of the smartwatch will be available for 1,999 yuan or about $290. The company also revealed the color of the smartwatch, and we have reports that the watch will be available in two attractive colors, including rose gold and black.
On the other hand, the smaller 41mm version of this smartphone will be available for 1,499 yuan or about $220. The 41mm version will be available in three different colors, which will include black, pink, and white.