It seems Oppo is finally ready to offer a successor to last year’s Oppo Watch. The brand took to Weibo to tease its Watch 2 series. The official teaser hints at longer battery life and an announcement scheduled for the second half of this year.
A separate leak from a Chinese tipster offers more in-depth information about the upcoming Watch 2 series. We should expect two sizes just like last year’s models with 42mm and 46mm diameters both powered by the Snapdragon Wear 4100 platform alongside a custom Apollo 4s secondary chipset. The Watch 2 series is expected to offer ColorOS for Watch based on Android Oreo 8.1 alongside a secondary real-time operating system (RTOS) for extended battery life.
Other specs include eSIM with LTE support and 16GB onboard storage. There’s a new Oppo Relax app as well as all-new watch faces and a reworked stress detection app. The tipster also mentions the possibility of an ECG version launching later on.
yes and no. Samsung puts 4GB on their watches with about 3GB used by OS and the default apps, leaving almost nothing for things like music, maps, etc. Apple on the other hand have 32 GB, so 16GB I think is a sweet spot for the time being.
This time, we hope Oppo will take the screen 'to the edge' mindful that bezels are a waste of valuable screen real estate. Also the re-write of Wear OS will permit a wider range of Google APPS on wearables especially in this case MAPs. 16...