Oppo has introduced the Smart Watch for the first time, which is quite similar to the look.
Yes, in fact, after Xiamen, it seems that Oppo has also made its first smartwatch by looking at Apple Watch, at least the design is quite similar.
Oppo Watch was announced with the company's new flagship phone, the Find X2 and X2 Pro.
It is a smartwatch operating on the Android operating system, which is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 2500 processor with 1 GB RAM and 8 GB storage.
Like the new Apple Watch, Oppo SmartWatch is also possible with the help of phone call e-SIM while NFC (in China) can be used for pennants and for heart rate, workout performance, sleep quality and women. Can track specific days.
The watch will be available in 2 versions, one of which has a 1.91-inch emulsion display that can work for up to 40 hours on a single charge.
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The second watch features a 1.6-inch screen that will work 24 hours on a single charge, both use VOC technology for fast charging and 50 percent charge in 17 minutes.
The water resistance is also different in both watches, while in the body design they are similar to the Apple Watch just lacking digital cranes.
The 1.91-inch display will be priced at 1999 yuan (over 44,000 Pakistani rupees), while the second version will be sold at 1499 yuan (over 33,000 Pakistani rupees) and will be available in China from March 24.
The premium 46mm stainless steel edition of this watch has also been made available to consumers, which will sell for 2499 yuan (over 55,000 Pakistani rupees).