OPPO Watch looks set to launch in India soon, gets BIS certification

“OPPO Watch comes with a curved AMOLED display, Snapdragon Wear 2500 chipset, NFC support and ECG support”

OPPO Watch was unveiled earlier this month and it would go on sale starting March 26th in China. While the company hasn’t really announced its global availability, the watch has now passed through the BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) certification, suggesting the OPPO Watch will indeed launch in India and the event could right around the corner. To recall, it is the company’s first smartwatch and comes with a curved AMOLED display with Google Wear OS and app support.

OPPO Watch
The OPPO watch comes with Breeno voice assistant and NFC for payments

OPPO Watch specifications

The OPPO Watch comes in two models: the 41mm variant that has a 1.6-inch curved AMOLED display with 100 percent DCI-P3 colour gamut, while the 46mm model has a slightly bigger 1.9-inch screen. It runs on Googe WearOS with the company’s ColorOS for Watch custom skin. The watch comes with support for apps and watch faces. The OPPO Watch is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2500 chipset alongside the Apollo 3 co-processor coupled with 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage. Based on the current task, the watch will switch between the chipsets to limit battery consumption.

The OPPO smartwatch can track a range of activities, including walking, running, swimming, cycling, gym-training, among others. It comes with features like tracking sleeping habits, heart rate, and also ECG. The watch has Breeno voice assistant and NFC. It has support for VOOC fast-charging and is claimed to charge completely in just 75 minutes. The Stainless Steel OPPO Watch Edition and 46mm models pack 430mAh battery, while the 41mm variant has a relatively smaller 300mAh unit.