Instruction Manual | Oppo Watch 2

Review Oppo Watch 2 – The Watch 2 has almost the same design as the Apple Watch. Although in terms of design they are almost the same, internally, Watch 2 has a number of improvements from the previous series.

The Watch 2 features Qualcomm’s latest smartwatch processor, the Snapdragon 4100. The company claims that the processor can increase battery life up to 16 days on a single charge.

Oppo Watch 2

This long life is achieved when the Watch 2 is used in low power mode. While in normal usage mode, the Watch 2 can last up to four days on a single charge.

As with the previous series, the Watch 2 also runs Android-based ColorOS, not Google’s WearOS. But for the series that launched last year, it was successfully released outside of China with WearOS and access to the Google Play Store.

Although it has been successfully released using WearOS, but OPPO has not announced plans for a wider release for now. This is presumably because the company is waiting for Google and Samsung’s upcoming WearOS 3.0 collaboration, given that it is likely to be difficult to update already released products to the new operating system.

Watch 2 will come in two size models, namely 42mm and 46mm. This smartwatch features a curved OLED display with a refresh rate of 60Hz and 326ppi.

Both models will also feature an optional eSIM, in addition to monitoring heart rate, sleep and blood oxygen. And the smaller 42mm size will also offer another Bluetooth-only mode, for those who don’t want LTE.

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