During the official event today, Oppo officially unveiled two Find X2 versions and now we will talk about Oppo smartwatch
The company also announced its first smartwatch on the market, the Oppo Watch, which looks very similar to the Apple Watch.
The new watch, Oppo Watch
- runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2500 processor, compatible with 1GB RAM
- 8 GB external storage
- The watch performs many important and different functions
- including the ability to make phone calls via eSIM
- NFC payment also includes sports functions and tracking.
This includes monitoring of heart rate
athletic performance, and exercise results, as well as the feature of tracking physical activity during sleep
However, it loses an essential advantage in competition with the Apple Watch Series 4: the electrocardiogram
The watch comes in two different sizes, the first 46mm with a 1.91-inch AMOLED display
And the battery is able to stay more than 40 hours on a single charge
The second size is 41 mm, with a screen of the same type, but measuring 1.6 inches, it can stay up to 24 hours on a single charge
While both watches support the VOOC fast charge standard
which provides 50% of the battery charge within 17 minutes, according to the company,
Both watches have 5ATM water resistance for the smaller 46mm and 3ATM version.
Price and market availability
The watch will be available for pre-order on the Chinese market from today, while it will be launched on March 24
Where the largest hour will be $ 290, while the smaller one will be $ 220.
The watch comes in two flavors: the 46mm version with a 1.91-inch AMOLED screen should last for up to 40 hours on a single charge,
whereas the smaller 41mm version with a 1.6-inch screen does 24 hours only.
They charge up quickly thanks to Oppo’s VOOC technology: a 17-minute session already gets you back up to 50-percent charge.
These two models also have different levels of water resistance, with the bigger one rated at 5ATM, whereas the smaller one is at 3ATM only.
They all come in a body design that bears a strong resemblance to the Apple Watch, save for the missing digital crown.
Heck, even some of the UI elements clearly took a page out of Apple’s book