Yesterday, we reported that OPPO will hold an event in China on March 6th where it will unveil the Find X2 series. The smartphone maker is also expected to debut its first smartwatch at the event. OPPO VP Brian Shen has been teasing the upcoming wearable device, giving us a glimpse at what to expect from the smartwatch. Now live images of the OPPO smartwatch have surfaced online. The pictures give us a clear first look at the upcoming wearable device.
We already know that the OPPO smartwatch will feature a flexible curved display with a 3D glass design. It looks quite similar to the Apple Watch. Shen had mentioned that the 3D glass and curved screen of the OPPO Watch would be a ‘game-changer’. The report further adds that the 3D glass shielding the AMOLED display has a higher curvature compared to the curved glass Apple Watch. It also has a thick black border all around the glass. The live image also displays the Settings menu with options like the Multifunction button, battery, password and more. The watch sports a silicone strap in black. There are two physical buttons on the side along with a notification light on one button. A microphone is also visible between the buttons hinting at an LTE variant of the smartwatch.
The OPPO smartwatch is rumoured to arrive with ECG support allowing users to detect heart abnormalities. OPPO had announced its plans of launching its first smartwatch in Q1 2020. However, the brand hasn’t revealed an official launch date yet. It’s likely that the wearable device will be launched alongside the Find X2 series next month.