First live image of Oppo smartwatch reveals Google Wear OS
Earlier this year an Oppo executive revealed the first official image of the Oppo smartwatch, showcasing its design. Today, a real-life photo of the gadget revealed it will run Google’s Wear OS, shutting the door on rumors about an Oppo-developed interface.
According to the leakster, the watch will have an aggressive price tag and won’t be too big size-wise. The wearable is likely to have ECG sensor, but company officials are staying silent on the matter.
The first Oppo smartwatch is expected to arrive on March 6, when the Find X2 will make its global appearance. It was originally planned to come a bit earlier, but due to MWC 2020 getting cancelled, the Chinese manufacturer had to push it back.
What happened to round smartwatches? Why is every watch now square? I hate it.
- 01 Mar 2020
We need Qualcomm turning it's head in wearable chipset direction rather more often. Let's start a petition at change.org Oh wait! They don't give a damn whether wear OS lives or dies.
- 27 Feb 2020
I agree. The Fossil derived watches look so cheap
- 26 Feb 2020