The Oppo Watch 4 Pro is slated to launch in the Chinese market later this month. The smartwatch could launch in China on August 29 alongside the Oppo Find N3 Flip foldable smartphone. Ahead of its debut, the company teased the watch on Weibo and revealed some of the wearable’s key specs. The Oppo Watch 4 Pro is said to offer a full-color always-on display with an LTPO AMOLED panel. In addition to a range of intelligent health functions, the Oppo smartwatch is also said to support a wrist temperature sensor.
Oppo has confirmed some of the key specifications of the upcoming Oppo Watch 4 Pro in China. The smartwatch is said to have a rectangular face. The teaser poster confirmed that the Oppo Watch 4 Pro will feature an LTPO AMOLED screen with full-color always-on display support. The smartwatch will feature two chipsets, including a Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 and the BES 2700.
In addition, Oppo has promised to provide accurate health data using an eight-channel heart rate sensor, a 16-channel blood oxygen sensor, a wrist temperature sensor and an ECG sensor. The smartwatch will also have 2GB of RAM.
Apart from these details, Oppo has not yet announced the release date, design and other details of the upcoming smartwatch.
The Oppo Watch 4 Pro will succeed the Oppo Watch 3 Pro that launched in August last year. The smartwatch features a 1.91-inch LTPO Full Curved Flex display with a resolution of 378 x 496 pixels and a pixel density of 326 ppi. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 SoC paired with 1GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage. It is also equipped with an optical heart rate sensor, SpO2, ECG, ambient light and barometric pressure sensors. In addition, the Oppo Watch 3 Pro is water resistant to 5 ATM and has Bluetooth 5 and NFC connectivity.
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