Back in the last year, Oppo unleashed its very first smartwatch dubbed Oppo Watch. The device also received a special ECG edition that reached global markets in mid-September. This year, the company unleashed the second-gen Oppo Watch 2, however, it lacked an ECG sensor. However, a new set of leaked renders suggest that a version with the electrocardiogram monitor exists. The new renders come as a courtesy from leakster Evan Blass, and reveal a slightly different variant to that launched in July. Will it come for global markets? Only time will tell.
Oppo Watch 2 features and specifications
The Oppo Watch 2 carries a design that quickly resembles the old Apple Watch series design. Under the hood, it carries a Snapdragon Wear 4100 processor along with an Apollo 4s coprocessor that fits inside the aluminum alloy casing. It serves to perform simple, low-power tasks in order to enhance the battery life. According to the company, the wearable provides 2 to 3 days on a single charge.
The volume of storage memory in the Oppo Watch 2 is 8 GB, It also comes with 1 GB of RAM which is enough for a smartwatch. Coming to the features, the watch supports eSIM, GPS, NFC, a heart rate monitor which can also monitor the level of stress. The wearable runs Oppo’s proprietary ColorOS shell. The company offers it in two distinct sizes – 42 mm and 46 mm. However, these two variants share the same components.
The battery is a Li-Ion 510 mAh cell and the watch comes with 46.4 x 38.5 x 11.6 mm and it weighs 35 grams. In terms of water resistance, it comes with 5 ATM support. Other sensors include Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Heart Rate, Compass, Barometer, and SpO2. The Oppo watch comes in Black, Blue, and Rose Gold colorways.
Oppo Watch 2 ECG variant
It’s not a surprise to see the Oppo Watch 2 ECG having a late arrival. After all, as we’ve previously revealed, the first model was released later on global markets. Usually, wearables with ECG need several certifications and approval from health authorities to enter certain markets/countries. These authorities attest to the quality of the sensors to ensure if their data is actually reliable.