Despite the large display and continuous sensor use, the Oppo Watch 2 does not need to be charged every other day.
Oppo has introduced the Watch 2, which mainly wants to stand out in terms of uptime. The design was taken over by the previous generationthe chipset has been replaced by a Snapdragon 4100 with a new energy-efficient auxiliary processor In the form of Apollo 4s. With this, in principle, 4 days of operation can be combined with normal, full-featured operation, quadrupled in energy-saving mode, and VOOC 2.0 fast charging pushes a full day of energy into the device in 10 minutes, which seems very convenient and practical.
The watch with eSIM support is again available in two sizes, but the 42mm version is also only equipped with a Bluetooth modem. The smaller watch received a 1.75-inch AMOLED panel with a pixel density of 326 ppi at 60 Hz image refresh, both versions have GPS, a heart rate sensor running continuously, and sleep monitoring is supported by a blood oxygen meter.
Thanks to 5 ATM pressure tolerance, swimming will be among the more than 100 sports, and watches will arrive in the non-Chinese market with Google Wear OS. The Chinese version is still based on Android 8.1 Works with ColorOS for Watch. There was no question of a European appearance and prices now, but KThe 42-millimeter, Bluetooth version starts at 61 thousand forints, and the largest eSIM model will cost 93 thousand forints.