Oppo to launch WearOS smartwatch on July 31

Chinese smartphone maker, Oppo is planning to launch its smartwatch Oppo Watch with Google’s WearOS for global users. It should be noted that Oppo Watch, which was the company’s first smartwatch, was already released in Chinese market in March this year. However the original watch runs on a custom version of Oppo’s ColorOS. Now the company reportedly shared a promotional GIF showing the watch design which looks similar to the original watch, and both look incredibly similar to an Apple Watch.
The new Oppo Watch with Google’s WearOS has already been spotted on German website for sale. As of now it is unclear this launch will be a different version of the original Oppo watch or a completely different one.

The first Oppo Watch starts at 1,499 yuan (about $220) in China for the smaller, 41mm version, while the bigger 46mm option starts at 2,999 yuan (about $260).


Original Oppo Watch Specs:

The dimension of the watch is 46 x 39 x 11.4 mm and weighs 40 g (aluminum) / 45.5 g (stainless steel).

The smartwatch is built with Glass front, stainless steel frame or aluminum frame, and ceramic/sapphire crystal back or plastic back. The device is equipped with eSIM and it is 5ATM water-resistant (46mm model) + 3ATM water-resistant (41mm model) along with ECG certified.

The smartwatch size comes in 1.91 inches AMOLED flexible capacitive touchscreen while the resolution is 402 x 476 pixels. The device is powered with Qualcomm MSM8909W Snapdragon Wear 2500 Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 processor.

The OPPO Watch is packed with 1 GB RAM and 8 GB internal storage with eMMC 4.5 while there is no memory slot available. The Bluetooth version is 4.2, A2DP, LE. The battery of the smartwatch is Li-Ion 430 mAh that supports wireless charging.

The watch is available in various colors such as Silver, Dark Black, Gold, Elegant Black, Pink Gold, and Matte Silver.

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