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What is the Oppo watch?

The Oppo Watch is a well-rounded Google-powered smartwatch with native sleep tracking and eSIM support held back by lackluster battery life. The Oppo Watch is, as the name suggests, Oppos flagship smartwatch and the first with Googles Wear OS operating system.

Is OPPO’s 46mm LTE-ready watch the Apple Watch of Oppo?

Oppo has also said it plans to release a 46mm LTE-ready version of the watch, but weve yet to have pricing confirmation or where itll be landing. Let’s address the elephant in the room first. Yes, the Oppo Watch looks every bit like an Apple Watch.

Is OPPO’s OLED watch better than Apple Watch?

First up, yep, this looks like an Apple Watch. The OLED screen, though, is an improvement. It’s larger than the 44mm Apple Watch at 1.91 inches across, but the watch keeps a 46mm size; Oppo has shrunken the bezels and curved the edges of the screen itself along with the cover glass.

How do you navigate the Oppo watch?

You also get the staple Wear OS gestures to navigate through pages. A flick in either direction can scroll up or down and a shake to go back to the home screen. On the topic of the home screen, the Oppo Watch comes with a handful of watch faces with varying quantity of complications.

Is the Oppo watch the best smartwatch to buy?

The Oppo Watch is one of the best Wear OS smartwatches money can buy. While that isnt a particularly laudable achievement, its craftsmanship and hardware-software synergy is commendable. It does ape the Apple Watchs design, but theres a lot to like here in terms of its impressive display and fitness modes.

What are the features of Oppo watch 46mm?

OPPO Watch is dressed to impress, with a dual-curved flexible AMOLED screen, crisp image quality, and colors that pop. A 3D curved back design keeps your watch looking good from different angles. For a personal twist, fill the background with a picture of your choice. Note: OPPO Watch 46mm has a 1.91-inch flexible AMOLED dual-curved screen.

What is OPPO’s audio technology?

As mentioned, Oppo is an established name in the audio devices market, selling wireless and true wireless headphones alongside its range of smartphones. To date, the company has also released one smartwatch, called the Oppo Watch, and we’re likely to see more such devices in the future.

How much RAM does OPPO’s Wear OS watch have?

By design, Wear OS is notorious for being heavy on the RAM than on the chipset. Thankfully, the Oppo Watch ships with an entire 1GB of it. The combination makes operations extremely smooth and responsive, which is still a rare feat for Wear OS watches.

How does Oppo watch compare to Apple Watch 5?

Despite its overall shape just 2mm larger than the 44mm Apple Watch 5, Oppo Watch actually has a bit more screen due to slimmer bezels: the canvas spans 1.9 inches diagonally.

What kind of OS does the Oppo watch run?

The Oppo Watch runs a customized version of Android 8.1 called ColorOS Watch. Like Samsung, Oppo has figured out that Apple was onto something in designing a predominantly white-on-black OS for small OLED screens; it saves power and is a lot more discreet.

Is OPPO’s 46mm LTE watch the new Apple Watch?

Taking the Oppo Watch out of its box and its Apple Watch inspiration is immediately clear. The 46mm LTE (also available in non-LTE and 41mm options) I reviewed looks all but identical to an Apple Watch featuring a square aluminium alloy chassis with slightly curved slides and a heart rate sensor on its bottom.

What is the pixel density of the Oppo watch screen?

The pixel density is the same as the Apple Watch at 326ppi. The colors are super vibrant, and it’s easy to see outside. The chassis of the watch takes design cues from Oppo’s smartphones, with the screen curving into the thin edges in a similar way.

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