Vivo Watch design, launch date, specifications, and more leak out

Vivo Watch with a circular body could serve as an inspiration for the upcoming OnePlus Watch as well

  • Vivo Watch is set to launch on September 22nd in China
  • The launch date has been revealed via leaked poster image
  • Key highlights include an AMOLED display, heart rate monitor, and colourful straps

Vivo Watch has been in the works for quite some time, though we haven’t heard anything concrete so far. Now, reliable tipster Digital Chat Station has posted a live image of the smartwatch along with some key specifications. Another tipster by the name Digital Madness posted an alleged launch poster and official-looking renders of the Vivo Watch. According to the poster, the Vivo Watch is set to launch on September 22nd in China at 19:30 local time. Interestingly, the watch seems to come in two variants: the standard Vivo Watch that has a classic watch design and Vivo Watch 11 that has a more sporty look.

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According to all the images found online, the Vivo Watch will have a circular dial with multiple strap colours. There are two crown buttons on the right spine, presumably for navigation and selection. The straps will be available in napa leather and rubber finish. As for the specifications, the Vivo Watch is said to sport an AMOLED display and come in two variants: 42mm and 46mm. The body seems to be made of stainless steel. It is expected to come with 5 ATM water-resistance, heart rate monitoring and blood oxygen level (Sp02). The Vivo Watch is said to last up to 18 days on a single charge. It will be available in Mocha, Mixia, Shadow, and Fengshang colours.

Vivo Watch

The Vivo Watch will have support for Jovi voice assistant, multi-function NFC for mobile payment. However, it doesn’t seem to be running on Android Wear OS. Lastly, the Vivo Watch is said to cost RMB 1,000 (around Rs 10,800). We should learn more details about the smartwatch soon. Separately, OnePlus is expected to launch a smartwatch of its own that may borrow some design elements from the Vivo Watch. Recently, OnePlus tipster Max J. posted an image suggesting that the OnePlus Watch will have a circular dial instead of a squarish dial, which seemingly rules out that it will be an OPPO Watch clone.

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