Unlock a Smartphone-like Experience with the Oppo Watch 4 Pro

Oppo Watch 4 Pro

Oppo is readying its next launch event, which will bring out the Oppo Watch 4 Pro. There’s no official information about the date of the event. But it’s likely to take place on August 29 in China. However, you don’t need to wait that long to know what the watch will actually offer.

The brand has started to post teasers on its official Weibo account. And from them, the key features of the Oppo Watch 4 Pro have been confirmed. In short, the wearable is going to be a true flagship, as it will pack some powerful internals.

A Closer Look at the Key Features of Oppo Watch 4 Pro

According to the official poster, the Oppo Watch 4 Pro will come with dual chipsets. The first is the Snapdragon W5 Chip, a flagship watch SoC. And the second is the BES 2700. This dual chipset configuration means that the watch can not only offer great overall performance but will excel in terms of power efficiency too.

Oppo Watch 4 Pro Chipsets

On the top, the Oppo Watch 4 Pro will come with an LTPO display. This panel has basically confirmed that the watch will have an always-on display feature. But what truly makes this Oppo Watch stand out is that it will have a full-color always-on display. Most of the other smartwatches feature a black-and-white option.

Screen of Oppo Watch 4 Pro

As a flagship smartwatch, the Oppo Watch 4 Pro comes with high-precision sensors. These sensors should excel in delivering extremely accurate health data. For example, the watch has an 8-channel heart rate sensor, resulting in much more reliable real-time heart rate info.

Watch 4 Pro Sensors

The watch has a 16-channel blood oxygen sensor, a wrist temp sensor, and an ECG sensor. All of these sensors will let to stay on top of your health.

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Smartphone Like Experience

As mentioned earlier, the Oppo Watch 4 Pro comes with a powerful Snapdragon W5 chipset. But having a robust SoC will not mean anything if the smartwatch does not take proper advantage of it. Well, Oppo has kept that in consideration while designing and developing the watch.

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You will find 85+ standalone pre-installed apps out of the box. All of these apps aim to offer you a smartphone-like experience. And as the watch comes with 2GB of storage, all the pre-installed apps on the Watch 4 Pro should run smoothly. According to Oppo, the storage offers a data transfer rate of up to 4.2GBps, which is a lot for a watch.

Watch 4 Pro Apps
85+ pre-installed apps

In addition to that, Oppo has prioritized the screen of the Watch 4 Pro. Aside from being higher in resolution, it can offer an exceptionally fast response rate. Oppo says that the response time is 770ms. In comparison, the predecessor had a response time of 922ms.

Image: App launch speed comparison

Moreover, the Watch 4 Pro will come with some feature-specific tuning. For example, Oppo has reduced the launch speed of the heart rate app from 572ms to 246ms. This will make it easier to quickly check your heart health. Also, the sports app has reduced startup time from 594ms to 207ms.

The battery life of the Oppo Watch 4 Pro is great too. It will likely come with a 570mAH battery, which should deliver a reliable runtime with a single charge. And the build quality is premium as well. Oppo has utilized 316 stainless steel for the frame, and the base is ceramic.

Lastly, the Watch 4 Pro has support for eSIM. That means you can take calls, get text messages, and perform various phone tasks with the watch. So, overall, things are looking quite great for this Oppo Watch. Hopefully, the price point will be good too.

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