Oppo's recent watch retains to be exceedingly identical to the Apple Watch Series 5 primarily in the hardware aspect; the rectangular dial and the bezels provide more area for confusion between the competitors.
Coming to Oppo's fresh Watch.... • Available in 46mm and 41mm proportions. Back ended with an AMOLED curved display (such as the Samsung edge display). Generally, the color composition on this watch is great. • Endless heart rate sensor active. Pushed to the horizon for accuracy by four optical sensors. Added to this the watch retains a common sleep, breathing, reminder system internally with the assistance of Oppo's 'HeyTapHealth' app (specifically for the brand users). The measurements are notified by tremors on your body. • The design though may glance as Apple Watch Series 5, externally, it's software is distinct in its own way with Google Wear OS. Yes, like Apple, even the 46mm Oppo Watch is possessing a ceramic covering. For Oppo, Google OS' features are a major advantage compared to other smartwatches. A handful of features are easy payments, quick reply, voice assistant, and several others.
• Battery life is a strong 430 mAh and 300 mAh for the 46mm and 41mm respectively. Magnetic charging is the main mode of charging here. Oppo claims it can keep the 46mm watch running for 21 days at one full charge (Even Apple or Samsung cannot compete with this powerful battery if the claim prevails to be credible). • Speaking of certifications- The 46mm and 41mm survive a 5ATM and 3ATM water resistance respectively. This means for the greater model it can resist 50 meters of water depth & for the lower model it can resist 30 meters of water depth. Importantly, NFC is supported which helps in paying physically in shops. Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 310 is the fundamental processor. It's obtained a 1 GB RAM with 8 GB storage.
• The larger model & smaller model are $265 & $200 respectively; still, the larger model is more cost-efficient with having more features.
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