Oppo launched its first smartwatch called Oppo Watch last year, and the company will introduce its successor dubbed Oppo Watch 2 next week – on July 27.
Oppo is yet to divulge anything about the Watch 2, but the smartwatch is already listed on Chinese online retailer JD.com’s website, revealing the Watch 2’s design and color options. It also tells us that the wearable will come with an Apollo 4s chip, camera control, and gaming mode. Although it’s unclear what exactly a gaming mode on a smartwatch will do.
Previously leaked specs tell us that the Oppo Watch 2 will have a Snapdragon Wear 4100 SoC at the helm aided by the Apollo 4s chip. The smartwatch will run ColorOS but will also have a secondary RTOS onboard for extended battery life.
The rest of the leaked specs include eSIM and LTE support, 16GB internal storage, a new Oppo Relax app, new watchfaces, stress detection, and two sizes – 42mm and 46mm.
We expect Oppo to confirm some features of Watch 2 in the days leading to its July 27 unveiling.