Oppo has launched its first smartwatch, the Oppo Watch for markets outside China. The company first launched an Android-based smartwatch for Chinese users. And now, they have finally launched the same product running Google’s WearOS for the global market.
The Oppo Watch is powered by the Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset. It also has another Ambiq Micro Apollo3 co-processor that helps with the extended lifespan and longevity of the device. The smartwatch comes in two configurations. A 41mm and a 46mm one. The former sports a 1.6-inch squared AMOLED display with a 320×360 pixel resolution at 301ppi. The bigger one has a 1.9-inch 402×476 pixel AMOLED display at 326ppi.
They have 300mAh and 350mAh which will last for around 24 and 30 hours of usage respectively. When the power saver mode is on, these smartwatches can last till 14 to 24 days. However, there’s only one storage variant irrespective of which model or size you choose. You get 1 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage with both the models. But perhaps the best feature of the Oppo Watch is that it is compatible with the in-house SuperVOOC flash charge. Oppo claims that the watch will take 75 minutes to get fully charged from 0% which is far better than even the Apple watch.
The 41mm watch is available in black, pink, gold, or silver colors for £229 starting September 3. The bigger variant will be available in either black or gold for £369. Oppo says that there no plans for a US launch.