Watch 4 Pro: The latest smartwatch from Oppo

Oppo Watch 4 Pro
Oppo Watch 4 Pro

The beginning of September has had Oppo as the main protagonist when announcing its new phone model with a folding design called Oppo Find N3 Flip , but that is not the only new thing that will arrive in stores in the coming months. And its wearables segment is also updated with the Oppo Watch 4 Pro watch .

Oppo Watch 4 Pro is a new high-end smartwatch that unfortunately has not yet been officially announced for other international territories outside of China, although it will surely not take too long to arrive in the West. Do you want to know it in detail? Below we review its most relevant characteristics:

Oppo Watch 4 Pro Specifications

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Oppo Watch 4 Pro has a very original curved finish

As seen in the images, the “Premium” concept for this model is centered on a central stainless steel structure that at the same time incorporates 5ATM resistance, meaning it can be submerged in water without risk of damage . Meanwhile, its strap can be obtained in two versions, one in black silicone, and another in brown leather.

For its screen, there is perhaps the best update compared to the last generation, since the Oppo Watch 4 Pro now incorporates an AMOLED type panel with a curved finish that is not so common in this type of equipment. Its size of 1.74 inches and a native resolution of 378 x 496 pixels is complemented by maximum brightness levels of 600 nits so that everything is displayed correctly, even in low light conditions.

Inside, a specific processor for wearables such as the Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 is powered by 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. It is also followed by a 570 mAh battery and all the measurement sensors you could expect, be it a heart rate sensor, blood oxygen saturation, breathing recording during sleep and even an electrocardiogram function.

With the intention of gaining a lot of independence from the mobile phone, there is not only Bluetooth connectivity, but also Wi-Fi 5, NFC, GPS, and even a function to register an eSIM and thus completely forget about carrying the phone with you. Its marketing in China has already begun at a price of 291 euros in exchange for the silicone version and 317 euros with the leather strap.

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