Vivo Watch Goes Official with SpO2, FunTouch OS & 18 Days Battery

Vivo has today launched its first smartwatch like its sister companies Oppo & Realme. The named Vivo Watch is now going on sale in China, which will soon available in the other regions. It is the first watch from the Chinese company, and there were high hopes from the followers to get most of it. They are not wrong, Vivo has packed almost all essential functions on the wearable, including 18 days of battery life & forward-looking health functions. The 478mAh battery on the 46mm version will let you keep it on for 18 days, while the smaller 42mm keeps a 226mAh battery.

In China, the Vivo Watch runs on FunTouch OS, which has the flavor of Wear OS and gets some of its features. Like Oppo Watch, the global version of the Vivo Watch may launch with Wear OS by Google. It missed ECG & fall detection, however, you can track your blood oxygen level with the SpO2 tool. It sports 11 workout modes in running, swimming, cycling, and many others. It is waterproof in 5 ATM up to 50 meters and has a Jovi voice assistant. In other functions, it supports NFC, camera controller & music control features.

Vivo Watch

The 42mm version offers a 1.19-inch AMOLED display with 390×390 PPI pixel density. The larger 46mm model gives a 1.39-inch super AMOLED display with 454×454 PPI pixel density. With the watch, you can choose two leather straps – Nappa leather & fluoroelastomer. In China, the Vivo Watch has priced at 1,299 Yuan for a bigger model, and you can order it from September 28. There is no price tag for a smaller version yet.