OPPO will sell the Watch Free wearable in the Netherlands. As of March 11, the smartwatch with a 1.64-inch OLED screen can be purchased for 99 euros, and the watch includes sleep monitoring, sports modes and support for Android and iOS notifications.
Square OLED screen From OPPO Watch Free It has a resolution of 280 x 456 pixels and supports 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut. The battery is 230 mAh, which the smartwatch should last a maximum of 14 days when charging the battery. After charging for 5 minutes, the watch should be able to work for a day.
The watch has, among other things, a sleep monitoring function and a “snoring risk assessment” with which sleep problems can be detected. In order to be able to assess this snoring, there is, among other things, an optical sensor and a heartbeat detector. The sleep monitoring function also displays the average blood oxygen level during sleep, how often you snore and how loud your snoring is. The watch can also send bedtime reminders and analyze sleep latency time, sleep duration, and sleep stages such as light and deep sleep.
The Watch Free will also receive a 6-axis motion sensor with which the watch, along with the optical heart rate sensor, should support more than 100 sports modes. The smartwatch should also be able to select sport modes. The heart rate sensor is also used to measure your 24-hour heart rate, as the smartwatch vibrates if your heart rate rises too high.
After paired with a phone, Watch Free can also forward notifications, as well as call notifications, music controls, and a phone search function. Requires pairing with Android 6.0 or iOS 10.0. The watch is available in black and white, has dimensions of 46 x 39.7 x 10.6 mm and weighs 32.6 grams, including the strap. The belt length is from 130 to 205 mm.
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