Oppo Watch With Curved AMOLED Display, eSIM Support Launched

The launch of the Oppo Find X2 and Find X2 Pro flagship smartphones was accompanied by another interesting product launch. Oppo, for the first time ever, has also launched a smartwatch called the Oppo Watch.

The Oppo Watch comes in two sizes – 41mm and 46mm. The 41mm variant, which will be available in elegant black, fog silver and rose gold colours has been priced at around INR 15,930, while the 46mm aluminium alloy variant in the rose gold and black is priced at around INR 21,325, and finally, the 46mm stainless steel version that comes in a sole silver case with a leather band imported from Italy will cost around INR 25,000.

Oppo Watch Features

The Oppo Watch 41mmm variant has a 1.6inch AMOLED display with a pixel resolution of 320×360, while the 46mm model comes within a 1.91-inch AMOLED display with a pixel resolution of 402×476 and 326ppi pixel density.

It is supported and powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 2500 & Apollo 3 processor coupled with the 1GB RAM and 8GB storage. The company revealed that whenever the watch needs to save power, it automatically switches from Qualcomm’s chipset to Apollo chipset. Now that’s smart.

The smartwatch is running on a custom version of the company’s own ColorOS and is based on the Wear OS compatible with Android 6.0 and above. The company revealed that support for the iOS devices is, as of now, is under development. It also comes with built-in GPS modules as well as NFC connectivity.

The smartwatch can track a wide range of workouts. It can track indoor and outdoor running, outdoor walking, swimming, and outdoor cycling. It can also perform an electrocardiogram. For tracking sleep, it also has a sleep monitoring algorithm for tracking sleep patterns and 24×7 heart rate monitoring.

The Oppo Watch comes with the eSim support that lets you make and take calls. The 41mm model is powered by a 300mAh battery with 20 hours of usage and up to 14 days in a long battery mode while the 46mm model packs in a 430mAh battery with 40 hours of usage, 21 days in long battery mode. These watches can be charged from 1% to 50% in 17 minutes using Oppo’s Watch VOOC flash charge technology.

Also Read: Oppo Find X2 To Have 120 Hz Display With Motion Compensation And HDR10(Opens in a new browser tab)

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