Oppo brings in hot new Oppo Watch X, it’s really something

Oppo is expected to launch the Oppo Watch X in their wearable tech lineup.

We can expect a sleek design with some compelling functionality, to introduce fitness enthusiasts, including the fashion-forward individual an exciting new addition to the Oppo family.

Oppo launched the Oppo Watch X as a trusted companion designed to elevate users with its dual frequency GPS alongside multiple fitness monitoring features.

The Oppo Watch X promises a dual engine architecture alongside a hybrid interface by Wear OS by Google on paper.

Battery lasts up to 100 hours and the watch leaves the user with up to 12 days of power with the Power saver mode.

The use of two separate antennas for each GPS signal further improves the precision and reliability of positioning for users when running, cycling, hiking, or exercising in environments with poor GPS coverage.

Oppo says its Watch X has the ability to identify when the wearer is walking, running, cycling or end swimming and even using a rowing machine.

The Oppo Watch X also adds running posture recognition, a function that detects a runner’s ground contact time, which is the balance between the left and right foot, step frequency, stride, and length in real-time.

Other dedicated sports features available on Oppo Watch X include a dedicated badminton mode. Developed in-house by Oppo, the new feature collects specialist data during play and produces a post-match analysis across five dimensions of explosiveness, activity, endurance, confrontation, and offense to help users adjust aspects such as their swing strength and speed.

It tracks sleep breathing rate, sleep blood oxygen level, baseline heart rate, snoring, body movement, and other sleep behavior.

This Oppo Watch X supports full-scenario sleep monitoring, even if it’s just a nap.

The Oppo Watch X features a large 500mAh battery and the Watch VOOCTM Flash Charging for both multi-day use and quick recharging. It can be fully charged in just 60 minutes or provide an additional 24 hours of use in as little as 10 minutes.

The watch comes with two separate chipsets — the Snapdragon® W5 Gen 1 SOC and the BES2700 MCU.

Avashnee Moodley, Head of Marketing at OPPO South Africa said, “We are excited to launch the Oppo Watch X to the South African market, this marks a significant milestone in our journey towards revolutionizing the wearable technology market.

“With its fusion, sophisticated design, and advanced functionality, the Oppo Watch X sets a new standard to deliver a smooth, power-efficient user experience, making it a trusted companion designed to create a healthier and dynamic lifestyle.”

The OPPO Watch X will be available in black and brown from 1 March at your leading operators and retailers.

The Oppo Watch X retails from R 5999.

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