The new Oppo Watch – the square-shape design of which is very similar to that of the iconic Apple Watch, and several other similarly designed smartwatches out there – has been launched with some quality features like an AMOLED display, Oppo’s own Dual-Chip Endurance System and more.
The Oppo Watch is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 which uses a ‘twin endurance mode-powered’. Oppo claims that the 430 mAh battery can be fully charged in just 75 minutes through the Watch VOOC Flash Charging technology. More so, the Oppo Watch is equipped with a dual-curved flexible 1.91” AMOLED screen, which offers a 100% DCI-P3 colour gamut.
When it comes to the functionality, Oppo Watch works in tandem with Google Fit and runs on Google’s Wear OS. The Oppo Watch does offer fitness and heart rate tracking features, in addition to monitoring sleep quality, and being water resistant to up to 50 meters. It also gives users ‘Get Up’ reminders and provides information on breathing.
Furthermore, Wear OS by Google also enables users to access Google’s Voice Assistant which is integrated with the Oppo Watch, which can run for up to 36 hours on ‘smart mode’ and up to 21 days on ‘power save mode’. The Oppo Watch also has an in-built GPS and is bolstered with a myriad of sensors like Ambient Light sensor, Tri-axial acceleration sensor and gyroscope, geomagnetic sensor, optical heart sensor, and the biometric sensor.
The Oppo Watch offers several watch faces and it will also creatively build a watch face based on any image made by the users. Features like ‘quick reply’, mobile payment, message notifications, online music, and schedule management play an integral role in making this a smartwatch worth its price.
The Oppo Watch comes in 2 variants – the 41mm dial and the 46mm, the former being only 3atm water resistant and offering a 300mAh battery life. The latter costs Rs. 19,990 and the former costs Rs. 14,990. The Oppo Watch is available on Amazon and Flipkart.