The Oppo Watch 2 is now available with a four-day battery life.
, by raj, 7 min reading time
The Oppo Watch 2 has been officially revealed, albeit it will initially only be available in China. It keeps the majority of the design elements from the original Oppo Watch, but it will be available in two sizes: 42mm and 46mm, with the smaller device increasing 1mm from the first iteration. It's still all about the screen size, and Oppo has managed to make the most of its smartwatch's real estate. The 1.75-inch AMOLED display on the 42mm Oppo Watch 2 will feature a 326ppi pixel density. The 42mm, as last time, includes a Bluetooth/eSIM option, while the 46mm comes standard with eSIM.In the West, the Oppo Watch 2 ran Wear OS, but in China, it runs Color OS, which is a modified version of Android 8.2. The Oppo Watch 2 will, as expected, have two chipsets, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100 handling intensive duties. It's used to delegate more functions to the low-power processor, prolonging battery life and it appears to be working. The Oppo Watch 2 comes with a typical battery life of four days. Users may also use the secondary RTOS chip as a power conservation mode, which reportedly allows for a 16-day battery life. We're not clear how this restricts Color OS's capabilities.The Oppo Watch 2's fast charging technology allows you to get a day's worth of use out of it in only 10 minutes. There is currently no information on when or if the Oppo Watch 2 will be released in the United States or Europe, or whether it will run Wear OS. The 42mm Bluetooth-only model will set you back CNY 1,300 (about $200/170). CNY 2,000 ($310/260) for the 46mm with eSIM.
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