In China, a cheaper Oppo Watch Free with snoring detection goes on sale.
, by raj, 8 min reading time
The Oppo Watch Free is now available in China, and is added to its smartwatch lineup. It's a less expensive, sportier wristwatch than the Oppo Watch, and the style and form have dramatically altered. With a tall rectangular design and a 1.64-inch AMOLED display, the Oppo Watch Free is a dead ringer for the Huawei Watch Fit and curved 2.5D glass with 326ppi density, so it should be a vibrant display. There's a heart rate monitor that can read blood oxygen levels and has SpO2 capabilities. There's also an emphasis on HR zones during exercise, which can be seen when one of the 100 sport profiles is selected. It doesn't have a built-in GPS, thus it's more suited to gym and home exercises. E-sports enthusiasts, on the other hand, would appreciate a unique DND option that disables alerts while playing. Sleep is also a significant deal, and Oppo has added snoring detection to its normal tracking of sleep length and quality. This is the first release for the Chinese market; it will not be accessible elsewhere. After being released in June 2021, the Oppo Watch 2 is yet to make its way to Western shores, so it might be a lengthy wait.A hefty 230mAh battery promises 14 days of battery life in 'endurance mode,' but we're not sure how that translates to real-world usage. The operating system isn't specified on the spec sheet, although it's based on Android. The Oppo Watch ran Wear OS when it first released outside of China, and it appears like the Oppo Watch 2 will as well, due to its Snapdragon 4100 CPU. It's a lot less expensive than the Oppo Watch smartwatches. CNY 549 (6,298 INR) is the pricing of the Watch Free. The Oppo Watch 2 is priced at CNY 1,300 (about 14,913 INR).
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