Oppo will launch the global, WearOS version of its Watch on July 31
OPPO has reportedly announced a new launch set for July 31, 2020. Based on the content of its teaser, posted earlier by Engadget, it is expected to debut the global edition of the OEM's first smartwatch. According to this GIF, it is to run Wear OS rather than its own version of Android as Chinese-market units of this device do.
That detail is in line with previous leaks about the minimally-named OPPO Watch. Its design is patently inspired by Apple's wearable of a very similar name, although the former will obviously have a very different interface once it is on sale globally.
Confusingly, it is already on sale on Amazon Germany, which claims it is also the Wear OS version of the OPPO Watch. Then again, it will not be shipped until August 6, 2020, and is only available in the device's 41 millimeter (mm) black SKU with a silicon band.
The Qualcomm Wear 2500/1GB RAM/430mAh battery-powered accessory is also known to have 46mm SKUs, and also had more color options on its original release. Therefore, this complete panel of variation might become available on its formal international launch.