As time and again teased by means of Oppo itself, Oppo is creating a watch known as the Oppo Watch, and nowadays it got discovered in full. It looks extremely very similar to the Apple Watch — not just on account of its curved glass and sq.-ish reveal, but also the integrated bands and the black-heavy UI. Its 4.5mm-thick aluminum frame, alternatively, seems significantly thinner.
The 46mm watch has a 1.91-inch OLED display with 402×473 answer. It does typical smartwatch things like fitness tracking, track playback, center rate monitoring, and so on, and Oppo says it’s water-resistant to 50 meters. It also has eSIM-based cell connectivity.
Oppo is touting the watch’s VOOC fast-charging gadget, which makes use of equivalent technology to the corporate’s smartphones. The watch is alleged to be excellent for FORTY hours of normal use on a charge, with an influence-saving mode it appears capable of last as much as 21 days with notifications enabled. With VOOC, Oppo claims the watch will get a 46-% charge — just right for a day’s use — in just 15 minutes, whilst it’ll take SEVENTY FIVE mins to fill totally.
Oppo says the “ColorOS Watch” tool is predicated on Android, nevertheless it obviously isn’t using Google’s own Wear OS. on the other hand, the company hints that variations for different markets would possibly finally end up operating different software. The Oppo Watch is launching first in China on March 24th for 1,499 yuan (~$215), and we’re planning to check it out for ourselves as soon as we will be able to.