A smart watch from OPPO

The Oppo Watch has impressive features, with latest technologies. Is it worth for the price? Let’s see.

A smart watch from OPPO

The Oppo Watch is a clear illustration of how the companies in hardware and software can accomplish with the right efforts. Even if its look is uninspired, we can say just how well the curved display is implemented and the intelligent clock as a whole.

The Oppo Watch is a simple recommendation if you're looking specifically for a smart Wear OS watch. It could be tougher to sell if you are not wedded to the wear OS platform, when you've got Fitbit or Samsung alternatives.

Oppo's first trip into the world has offered a new look when leveraging the highlights of the app, but the wear OS platform as a whole hasn't essentially changed in the past six years.

The Oppo Watch was unveiled at an event held by the company besides its display, on 6 March 2020 in conjunction with the Oppo Find X2 and the Find X2 Pro.

The price of Oppo Watch is £229 for the 41 mm range, LKR: 38000 (approximately $300 and AU$420). If you want to watch more than 46 million pounds (about $480 AU$670), it'll cost you £369.

The distribution of weight is accurate not to sound like a toy. The frame consists of aluminum series 6000 and is well maintained with our relatively carefree application. In addition to the Black version that we reviewed, a Glossy Gold finish is also offered. The 41 mm version adds a third color to the Silver Mist.

You love what a curved watch brings to a table if your screen screens are curved. First of all, it looks unquestionably cooler than other clocks with an equally minimal style.

There is possibly no other clever interface that feels so well-designed as Oppo for an operating system, which mostly relies on swipes from the sides. We also have a better visual experience and a higher screen-to - body ratio, adding the last bit of an oomph between the shape and feature.

The display has a 402 x 476 (326ppi) resolution and is one of the best on any wearable display. Text and icons were sharp and transparent and the individual pixels cannot be seen at normal viewing distances.

Wear OS is considered to be heavy with the RAM than with the chipset. Fortunately, the whole 1 GB of Oppo Watch is on the boat. The combination renders processes highly fluid and sensitive, which remains a rare achievement for wear OS.

A relatively large 430mAh battery is worked on the Oppo Watch. But even with moderate use, the battery life is inferior. We had to work to get the 36 hours Oppo says it will last even in the light days with so few updates and music power.

The Oppo Watch handles fitness is another aspect. Firstly, it has a heart rate monitor on your back that records your pulse frequently and tracks it. It will alert you of any exceptional or high readings. GPS is incorporated to track your cycles or runs.