Oppo has finally launched the first fitness band in the home market. It is the new entry of the Chinese company in the wearable market with a fitness tracker. Oppo has previously introduced Oppo Watch with ECG function, but the watch is still roaming in the home country. The Fitness band is a surprise for users. There weren’t any leaks or any promotion for the tracker, and suddenly it came in focus. Last week, oppo launched a special edition of the watch in China, and now the regular version has come with blood oxygen saturation function.
Oppo Band offers 14 days of battery life in a single charging, and it has a traditional charger instead of USB-A. It sports a 1.1-inch AMOLED touchscreen, larger than Mi band 4 and similar to Redmi Band. It supports 100% DCI-P3 wide color gamut and has 126 X 294 resolution. Five dials will be available on the tracker, and others are present in the Health app. In the app, Oppo Band offers 160 watch faces, and the number is much higher than any other fitness tracker that has minimal dials. The Realme Band comes near with 12 watch faces, and 100 will add later in a future update.
To put you one step ahead in the fitness, it lets you measure heart rate continuously, detect sleep data and other outdoor & indoor activities. You can track cycling, running, hiking, free training, badminton, swimming, rowing, elliptical, and weightlifting modes—the total 12 sports mode support on the oppo Band. In China, it supports NFC function for contactless payment in many places. The Oppo Band is now available to purchase for 199 Yuan in the home country. The official release date for the global market is unconfirmed.