The Oppo Watch X had its debut in China back in March 2024, and it was just introduced in Europe by Oppo. The smartwatch’s features are fairly comparable to those of the OnePlus Watch 2.

Specifications of Oppo Watch X

The Oppo Watch X features a polished stainless steel case and a circular shape. With a peak brightness of 1000 nits and a resolution of 466 x 466 pixels, it has a 1.43-inch AMOLED display shielded by Sapphire Crystal Glass. Always-on technology is supported by the display.

There are two physical controls on the watch: a button on the right side and a revolving dial. It features an IP68 water resistance rating up to 50 meters and is certified MIL-STD 810H for durability.

A Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 CPU with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage powers the Oppo Watch X. WearOS 4 and RTOS are the two operating systems it runs. The W5 Gen 1 chip powers Color OS, while RTOS manages light activities like calls and alerts and background work with a BES2700 chip that has 4GB of eMMC storage.

Up to 100 hours of battery life are offered by the dual operating systems, and a full charge takes roughly 60 minutes. Having said that, the watch also features VOOC Flash Charging, which charges for ten minutes and gives a full day’s battery life.

An 8-channel heart rate sensor, a 16-channel blood oxygen sensor, stress tracking, and continuous heart rate and blood oxygen monitoring are among the health features. A Sleep Snoring Risk Assessment is one of the sleep analysis tools it provides.

With automated activity recognition for sports like cycling, swimming, walking, and running, the watch is compatible with more than 100 sports modes. For precise navigation, it has a 5-satellite positioning system (Beidou, GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, and QZSS) and dual-band GPS (L1 + L5).

Cost and availability

The Oppo Watch X will eventually retail for £299, but for now, it is only £279 in the UK. The smartwatch will retail for €329 in EU nations.

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