Oppo Watch Cleared FCC, Launch Imminent in the US & Europe

The Oppo Watch has cleared FCC certification in the US. The certification requires to launch a product in the country, so the Oppo Watch could be near to launch in the US. The Oppo Watch launch in March, and it was only available to purchase in China. Now, the recent leaks have suggested soon the smartwatch will enter the other markets. The previous report claims, Europe will be the first region, but now, the FCC database reveals the watch is also coming to the US. Further, the language on the description mentions “Purchase on Amazon: Oppo Watch.”

When you click on the link, it will divert you to the Amazon US page. Currently, there is nothing on the page, though soon the listing page will active, once it gets a launch date. The model number on FCC is WC19W12, and there will be two models, 41mm & 46mm variants. Thanks to the FCC document, we can see the picture of a larger 46mm variant. There is no much to share, rather than the wearable may arrive in the second half in most of the major countries.

The Oppo Watch offers a 1.9-inch curved touch screen with eSIM support. It is quite a big screen than the Realme Watch, Galaxy Watch & Mi Watch. The best part of the watch is it offers ECG function, but not the SpO2 feature. It runs on Wear OS with its own skin Color OS that gets all the pre-installed apps. It has powered by Snapdragon 2500 Wear chipset and gives 8GB storage to save offline music. In China, it is available for nearly $282, so we can expect the same or a little higher price range.