OPPO is gearing up to unveil its flagship Find X2 series on March 6th in China. Alongside the smartphone, the brand has also confirmed that it will launch its first smartwatch called the OPPO Watch. The company shared the announcement on its Twitter handle and it also gives us a clear look at the wearable device. Previously, OPPO VP Brian Shen had teased the OPPO Watch revealing the design details. It looks a lot like the Apple Watch. The wearable device had also surfaced in a live image last month.
It's time to say hello to #OPPOWatch. ?
— OPPO (@oppo) March 2, 2020
The latest official tweet from OPPO reveals that the upcoming smartwatch will be able to make and receive calls. It shows an incoming call and in-call screen with a loudspeaker and an option to send message icons. The wearable device is expected to come with e-SIM support. The OPPO Watch will be available in a black variant with black silicone strap and gold variant with a cream silicone strap. There are two buttons on the right side of the device with one of them integrating a notification light. The smartwatch is confirmed to run Google’s WearOS platform. Apart from this, the tweet doesn’t reveal any other specifications and features of the OPPO Watch.
Previously Shen had mentioned that the 3D glass and curved screen of the OPPO Watch would be a ‘game changer’. A leaked live image last month revealed the Settings menu with options like Multifunctional button, battery, password and more. The OPPO Watch is rumoured to be equipped with ECG support, just like the recent Apple Watch models.