Oppo Watch 2 Design Leaked via renderers, Tipped to call functionality, support for navigation

Oppo Watch 2 Design Leaked via renderers, Tipped to call functionality, support for navigation

Oppo Watch 2 will all be launched in China tomorrow (Tuesday 27 July). New photographs of the incoming wristwatch that have been released by a tipster reveal that both the calling device and the built-in GPS feature on the smartwatch’s predecessor — the Oppo Watch.

The soon-to-be-announced Oppo Watch 2 was leaked last week with its major features suggesting that the smartwatch is powered by Snapdragon Wear 4100 SoC and has up to 16GB of onboard storage.

The latest Evan Blass leak (@evleaks) shows some Oppo Watch 2 photos. The pictures show that the Oppo smartwatch has call support and the ability to display navigation data indicating the potential of an integrated GPS.

The Oppo Watch’s first iteration was supported by e-SIM in China with calling functions and a GPS chip. Both of these features will probably be included in the next Oppo Watch 2. The business claimed earlier that on 27 July at 3 pm local time (12:30 pm IST) in China the Oppo Watch 2 will start operation.

The launch date was announced through a Weibo post which indicated that the launch will be for the Oppo Watch 2 series, which suggested that the smartwatch would be available in several sizes, like the Oppo Watch of the first generation.

It is yet unclear when the Chinese tech giant will deliver the Oppo Watch 2 to India as it took almost four months after its launch on Indian borders for the original Oppo Watch to land.

The Oppo Watch 2 is available on JD.com, which shows that the smartwatch is rectangular in shape and has two buttons on the right. Curved glass and three color options — Black, Blue, and Orange — are shown in the list of braces.

The photographs that Blass shares are consistent with those previously seen on the Chinese e-commerce website. JD.com also lists wristwatch tracking and compatibility for e-SIM. The intelligent clock may also come with an Apollo4s chip. It is expected to be IPX5 water-resistant certified and offer over 50 sports modes, as well as WI-FI, Bluetooth, and built-in connectivity GPS.

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