Oppo unleashed the Snapdragon 4100-driven Watch 2 smartwatch, but only for China
Just as expected, the second iteration of Oppo's smartwatch has arrived earlier this week. Without any noticeable design changes and with the same amount of memory and storage space as its predecessor, the Oppo Watch 2 sports a new processor and is also the first product to hit the market loaded with ColorOS Watch 2.0.
Unsurprisingly, all three models below feature 1 GB of memory and 8 GB of internal storage, as well as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100 processor. These are the three models unveiled by Oppo that will go on sale in China on August 6:
- Base model: 42 mm, Bluetooth, ~US$201
- eSim models: 42 and 46 mm, Bluetooth/eSIM, ~US$232 and ~US$310
In addition to the above, we should also mention the 1.91-inch curved AMOLED touchscreen with 402 X 476 pixels, which is protected using 3D glass. In addition to Bluetooth 5.0, the smartwatch also comes with dual-band WiFi support.
Lastly, a few figures regarding the battery: VOOC 2.0 support with 60 minutes required for a full charge, which promises to last 2 days under heavy usage, 4 days in regular use scenarios, and up to 16 days when using the smart battery mode.
Sadly, there is no information regarding the availability of this new smartwatch in other markets yet, but we will keep you posted.