FCC confirms the imminent arrival of the Oppo Watch running Wear OS with LTE, GPS and a heart rate monitor
It has been a few months since Oppo stated that its latest smartwatch would be released globally. However, the appearance of the device at the FCC has all but confirmed that it will not be too long before the Oppo Watch reaches more markets. Certified in April, the smartwatch has been assigned the model number OW19W12.
The FCC has not only published external photos of the Oppo Watch, but also ones of its motherboard and other internal hardware. The documents offer a look at the magnetic charger that Oppo has included too, along with a PDF of the device's manual. We have included screenshots of all the images in the gallery below.
Oppo is yet to announce when it will release the Watch in other markets, but the documents published by the FCC confirm that it will be available to purchase on Amazon. The Oppo Watch comes in 41 mm and 46 mm sizes and runs on Wear OS 2.18 using a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2500 processor. 1 GB of RAM is on board, as is 8 GB of storage and a 430 mAh battery. The Oppo Watch is water-resistant up to 5 ATM too and features built-in LTE and GPS.