Oppo Watch WearOS Review
Anyone looking for an Apple Watch alternative should look no further than the Oppo Watch. It’s essentially the WearOS equivelent of Apple’s offering with a 1.91-inch AMOLED display and a 430mAh battery that can charge to full capacity in just 15 minutes viae Watch VOOC Flash Charge technology. The new ECG edition lets users check their heart health and monitor for problems like atrial fibrillation, premature heartbeat, and supraventricular tachycardia. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Other features include various sport modes (walking, swimming, cycling, running, etc.), 5ATM certification that is good for water depths up to 50 meters, compatibility with Android OS 6.0 or later devices, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth 4.2 LE, NFC, and e-SIM support, which means the device can receive or make calls independently. The top-of-the-line ECG edition is available now, priced at $370 USD.

Apple Watch SE (GPS, 40mm) - Space Gray Aluminum Case with Black Sport Band
  • GPS model lets you take calls and reply to texts from your wrist
  • Large Retina OLED display
  • Up to 2x faster processor than Series 3

As OPPO’s first foray into the wearable electronics market, the OPPO Watch marks a strategic step into the field of AIoT (Artificial IoT) for the company. Thanks to Thales’ eSIM solutions that bring smartphone-level convenience to smartwatches, users can stay connected in a smarter and more efficient way without restrictions. We are looking forward to working with Thales again, given their leadership in eSIM and the success of our current partnership,” said Liu Bo, President of OPPO China.


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