The rumors continue on the wearable of OPPO which should debut together with the top of the Find X2 range on March 6th. OPPO Smartwatch is the first wearable solution of the Chinese brand, but despite this the bar on functions and design are definitely of the highest level. In these hours, in fact, a further image has leaked which, in addition to confirming the wonderful general look of the wrist gadget, shows us in action the operating system that will move everything, namely Google's WearOS system.
OPPO Smartwatch: WearOS operating system and competitive price
The image was made known by the Chinese leaker DigitalChatStation which shows us the new OPPO Smartwatch characterized by a small curved hyperboloid screen while on the right side there will be two physical buttons, of which we currently ignore the attached functions. So far nothing new, if not confirmation of what the company has leaked through ad hoc teasers, but precisely the succulent news concerns the operating system adopted, such as WearOS, the wearable operating system by Google, which suggests that in the future we may also see an international version of the wearable by OPPO.
The rumors that the company had developed a proprietary interface (at least for this device) are therefore silenced, making the new OPPO Smartwatch more attractive for a greater share of users, thanks to the WearOS operating system which in fact allows some cases of leaving your smartphone at home and relying solely on the wearable smart. Among other rumors, the OPPO solution should also offer NFC sensor and probably LTE connectivity via eSIM support.
The Chinese leaker also, although it does not refer to any figure, reveals that OPPO Smartwatch will have a particularly aggressive price thus denying the recent rumors that instead provided for a decidedly salty list for this wearable.