Oppo Watch specifications
The Oppo Watch comes with the flexible AMOLED display and includes two physical buttons on the side. The 41mm variant has a 1.6-inch regular AMOLED display with 320×360 pixels resolution and 301ppi pixel density, whereas its 46mm counterpart offers a 1.91-inch flexible dual-curved AMOLED display with 402×476 pixels resolution and 326ppi pixel density. The smartwatch also has 500 nits of brightness, and particularly the 46mm variant offers 100 percent of DCI-P3 colour gamut.
Oppo has provided a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 SoC, which is powering the smartwatch along with an Apollo3 co-processor for power efficiency. The Snapdragon chip enables its Smart mode that offers all its preloaded features, while the Apollo3 chip drives the Power Saver mode that offers functions such as message notifications, step tracking, and heart rate monitoring.
In terms of features, the Oppo Watch is designed to track a range of workouts and fitness activities. The watch also has real-time heart rate monitoring and includes five inbuilt sensors to track different exercises. Furthermore, you’ll get a 5ATM water-resistance build that is made with a 6,000-series aluminium alloy frame.
The Oppo Watch 41mm variant packs a 300mAh battery that is rated to offer a usage of 24 hours on the Smart mode or 14 days on the Power Saver mode. In contrast, the 46mm option has a 430mAh battery that provides a usage of 36 hours on the Smart mode or 21 days on the Power Saver mode. The smartwatch also comes with VOOC Flash Charge technology that fully charges the built-in battery in 75 minutes.