The Chinese manufacturer Oppo has presented the Sport band. The approx. 50 € expensive fitness band is to be released on the German market and is equipped with an elongated OLED display.
Oppo Band Sport available from April 12th
The display of the wearable is 1.1 inches and has a resolution of 294 x 126 pixels. In addition to the time, the various body values and details of the last activity are displayed. According to Oppo, the band should sport 12 sport modes, such as running. Record yoga, cycling and swimming.
In addition to the pulse, the Oppo Band Sport also measures the oxygen content in the blood (SpO2) and can also monitor and record the quality of sleep.
Lack of compatibility with WearOS
The values measured by the fitness band are saved in Oppo’s own Heytap Health app and can be viewed by the user. In addition, the wearable does not come with WearOS, but with its own operating system. The battery has a capacity of 100 mAh and should offer a runtime of up to 12 days. A GPS module does not seem to be installed.
The Oppo Band Sport should be available exclusively on Amazon from April 12, 2021 for around € 50.
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