Oppo just announced that it is releasing its first smartwatch worldwide. Earlier this year, the Oppo Watch was launched in China with a customized version for Android, but for the global model, the watch will come with Google's Wear OS.
Oppo has described its smartwatch to feature a dual-curved display, i.e. the OLED panel curves on two edges. The watch comes in two different sizes: 46mm and 41mm. The larger model comes with optional LTE connectivity. The 430mAh battery takes 75 minutes to charge fully and 15 minutes to charge half-way.
The visuals and hardware of the Chinese version of Oppo's smartwatch, although good, are pretty much similar to the Apple Watch. The software includes some of the built-in apps and adding Wear OS to the global model of Oppo Watch will certainly make it more useful.
Oppo has announced that the watch is rolling out but has not revealed specific details of the release. The cost details are available, however, for U.K. and India. The larger model of the watch is reported to cost £369 ($484) in the U.K. and Rs. 19,990 in India, while the 41mm model will be worth £229 ($300) in the U.K. and Rs. 14,990 in India.