Oppo announces in China two connected watches with a battery life of four to five days. Something to make people jealous of in the Wear OS watch market. It is still necessary that they integrate the Google OS well when they arrive in France.
Samsung has just presented its Galaxy Watch 5 and 5 Pro. Oppo responds in quick succession with two new connected watches whose names you will never guess. The Oppo Watch 3 and 3 Pro.
Both watches have just been made official in China, as reported Android Central. The first element that strikes is undoubtedly their autonomy, at least that promised on paper. Hold on tight. If the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro promises three days of use (which for a “real” smart watch is huge), the two new watches from Oppo announce four days for the simple model and five for the Pro.
They would therefore make the most of their 400 mAh and 500 mAh battery. If this were to be confirmed during the tests, it would be a hell of a good news for the users. Let’s add that a full charge should take about an hour on these models.
A sumptuous screen, all in curve for the Pro
Judging from the first shots, the two models would benefit from a design that smacks of quality with an aluminum case and a choice of leather or fluorinated rubber strap.
The move upmarket will mainly take place on the screen, since that of the Pro model, not content with being larger (1.91 inches against 1.75 on the basic model) has the luxury of two substantial additions. It incorporates LTPO technology, which allows it to adjust its refresh rate to the use of the moment. Second, it incorporates a curved glass layer, which is particularly visible in this shot.
Who says connected watch, says health features. The Oppo Watch 3 share all of their sensors: heart monitoring, oximeter and for the first time on an Oppo watch, an electrocardiogram. Both watches benefit from eSIM compatibility, integrated GPS and 5ATM water resistance. Under the shell, you will find a Snapdragon Wear 5100 chip, a first, as well as 32 GB of storage for 1 GB of RAM.
One question remains: in China, the watch runs on ColorOS Watch 5.0. Will she eventually arrive under Wear OS in our green lands? For the time being, we are completely unaware of it. Of course, if it were to ignore the Google OS, it goes without saying that their gargantuan autonomy would suddenly become less interesting to us. We will therefore judge on the spot.
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