Oppo has officially launched Oppo Watch in the international market. The watch was debuted in China and now the company has introduced it for global countries. The international variant of the smartwatch is different than its Chinese version. The global model supports Wear OS by Google to get all the Google supported apps, while the Chinese version runs on a proprietary OS platform. With the watch, users can use Google Assistant, Google Fit & Google Pay services. These all are the well-known services for the Wear OS that helps you in many categories. It has also opened the huge library of apps in Play Store for watches. After Apple Watch Store, Wear OS has the biggest apps, games & watch faces library.
It comes with two versions 41mm & 46mm that counts a 1.91-inch screen and a 1.6-inch screen. There are also two chipsets equipped with Oppo Watch. The first processor is Snapdragon Wear 3100 and the other is Apollo 3 chipset. As per the company, Apollo 3 processor will save the battery life and it is best in power saving mode. The 41mm variant coated with a plastic body and nothing else. The bigger model offers a 6000-series aluminum alloy. Oppo claims the fast charging facility on the watch provides 46% battery in 15 minutes and it fills up 100% battery in 76 minutes. The smaller version takes 15 minutes for 30% charging. The bigger model has 430mAh battery and the smaller one comes with a 300mAh battery.
You can make a wireless transaction with the help of Google Pay as it has NFC function. You can use the GPay at many places for contactless payment. The sad part from the launch is SpO2 part is missing on the Oppo Watch. The blood oxygen saturation function is only limited to China, and it may come with later updates for the global version. The price for the Oppo Watch is Rs. 14,990 ($200) for 41mm and Rs. 19,990 ($265) for the bigger version. The smartwatch will available in Black, Silver Mist, and Pink Gold color options. You can now purchase the watch with the shipment in mid-August.