In the last month of March, we got to know Oppo Watch. This smart watch with a design very similar to the Apple Watch was launched with the brand’s own operating system, ColorOS, but is now preparing to have the version that many want.
According to Android Authority, the brand is now preparing the global launch of Oppo Watch. This will be officially presented on July 31, and its great asset will be the Google WearOS operating system.
The brand shared a small teaser where it gives us an appetizer of its upcoming smartwatch. And in addition to the design unmistakably inspired by the Apple Watch, the bet on the operating system developed by Google stands out.
Although official data on the product has not yet been revealed, it has already been listed by the FCC. There it was revealed that it will have an AMOLED 1.9 inch screen, in 46mm version.
It will feature an optical heart rate sensor, and 5ATM water resistance (up to 50 meters). Its processor has not been revealed, but it is known that it will have 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage and support for eSIM.
The Oppo Watch battery will be 430mAh and, in its Chinese version, has 40 days of regular use. But with WearOS, don’t expect a battery that goes beyond two days. The indicated price is € 249.
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