OPPO has today announced that the company has entered into a partnership with telecom operator Orange (France Telecom) to launch an eSIM variant of the OPPO Watch in the European market.
Not just the OPPO Watch, more products from the company will also be adopted for the Orange network, including two new 5G smartphones — Reno 4Z 5G and Reno 4 Pro 5G, along with a 4G smartphone named OPPO A72.
OPPO has now established a partnership with major telecom operators in the European market, including Orange, Vodafone, and Deutsche Telekom.
The OPPO Watch features a large 1.91-inch 3D curved flexible AMOLED display with 326 PPI and 100% DCP-P3 color gamut. The company says that it opted for the square design because it feels squares are more efficient at displaying information.
The device comes powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2500 platform and paired with Apollo 3 co-processor. The wearable runs ColorOS-based Watch OS, which is a custom skin based on the Android operating system.
It has 8GB of internal storage, built-in GPS, NFC, and Bluetooth 4.2 for connectivity. The smartwatch is powered by a 300mAh or 430mAh battery (depending on the variant) and has support for VOOC fast charging technology.
It features a quad-optic heart rate sensor that keeps the user updated on the heart’s health and can also detect anomalies. Other modes standard to a smartwatch is also present, along with some special modes for beginners like ‘easy 5km run’ and ‘5-minute easy fitness’ mode. The watch is also waterproof up to 50m in water.
Thanks to the eSIM support on the device, the OPPO Watch allows users to make and receive phone calls on the device as well as independently access the internet, without the need of connecting the wearable device to a smartphone.
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