Chinese technology manufacturer Oppo has officially announced when it will unveil its new smartwatch. We will meet the Oppo Watch 2 series at the end of this month, according to the company.
Oppo announced last May that it was working on a new smartwatch at the launch of its Reno 6 smartphone line. The Chinese manufacturer has now officially announced the date on which the device will be introduced.
Oppo Watch 2 will debut in China on July 27, the company said. The smartwatch is said to be released in two versions, one equipped with around and the other equipped with a square screen. There are no details on the launch poster other than history.
In the Oppo Watch 2 series, we will see a Snapdragon Wear 4100 processor. This will be accompanied by the Apollo 4s chip, which promises low power consumption and more battery life. The device will come with 16 GB of storage and eSIM support.
The smartwatch is said to be available in two different case sizes: 42 mm and 46 mm. The company is also known to have developed another smartwatch called oppo watch free, but there are not many details yet.