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Oppo Watch Review

Oppo Watch Review

By daniele

One of the best Wear OS smartwatches you can buy is the Oppo Watch, even though it’s not a very impressive accomplishment.

Oppo Watch Review

Aside from fashion brands, the market for Wear OS-powered smartwatches isn’t exactly booming. The smartwatch from Oppo comes at an exciting time, as the company is trying to expand its ecosystem to include true wireless earphones and wearables. Oppo’s first Wear OS watch looks like another smartwatch, and they don’t even try to hide it. But the key is how things.

Design of Oppo Watch

The Oppo Watch looks a lot like an Apple Watch, and a few people I met did think it was an Apple Watch. Even though the design is excellent, Oppo has done a great job with the fit and finish. The AMOLED display on the Oppo Watch is the first thing that will catch your eye. It is 1.91 inches long and has two curved sides. This makes the interface look good and valuable when you swipe through it.

The beautiful screen flows into a case of aluminium that feels high-end when you touch it. On the right are two buttons, and on the left is the speaker. The lower button has an accent, and you can set it to do anything you want. If you hold it down for a while, it can also as the power button. The top button opens the app drawer and works as the back button. If you hold it down for a long time, it calls up the Google Assistant.

Specifications and performance of the Oppo Watch

The Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor is what gives this watch its power. A second, low-power ambit Micro Apollo 3 SoC takes over when the eye is in power-saving mode. The Oppo Watch has 1GB of RAM, significantly affecting how well it works. The watch responded quickly to my actions, and I didn’t notice any lag when using it.

The watch has Bluetooth 4.2, so it can stay connected to your phone and 2.4GHz Wi-Fi, so it can also work on its own. There is no way to use cellular data. You also get 8GB of storage on the inside. The 46mm Oppo Watch can handle up to 5ATM of water pressure, while the smaller 41mm version can handle up to 3ATM. It has GPS, GLONASS, and A-GPS built-in. It can also work with NFC.


The Oppo Watch focuses on what users care about: great style, fit and finish, and reliability. It doesn’t try to do everything, and this simple approach works to its advantage. The software is easy to use and clean, and the battery lasts a full day and a bit more. This lets you do things like track your sleep. The screen looks great, and the overall quality of the build is impressive. The Oppo Watch is an excellent choice for anyone trying out a Wear OS smartwatch.