On August 10, OPPO held a launch event to unveil the Watch 3 series, Band 2, Enco Air2i, Pad Air, and several new IoT products, covering four family scenes: home security, efficient cleaning, smart lighting and daily health. .
OPPO Watch Series 3
For 2022, OPPO presents the Watch 3 series for which there are two models, the Watch 3 and the Watch 3 Pro. The Watch 3 Pro is the first smartwatch equipped with an LTPO screen in China and is equipped with a large 1.91-inch AMOLED screen with equal width on all four sides and 1000nit ultra-high brightness. The watch face and motion monitoring data can be viewed at any time without having to lift your wrist.
The OPPO Watch 3 Pro adapts the Snapdragon W5 platform which can reduce the power consumption of the device by 40%. With dual UDDE engine 2.0 hybrid technology, Snapdragon W5 and Apollo4 Plus chips work together to deliver better performance. In smart mode, the smartwatch supports a battery life of 5 days, which is 25% more than the previous generation. In light smart mode, the watch offers all the features of most other sports watches, such as Bluetooth calls, sports monitoring and notification display, and offers a battery life of 15 days.
OPPO has added a Vascular Health Search function in the smartwatch that can detect the elasticity of blood vessels every thirty seconds using an ECG + PPG sensor, helping to detect vascular sclerosis. In terms of sports, the tennis mode is personalized exclusively and offers five specific data points: strike time, swing speed, active time, heart rate and calorie consumption.
The OPPO Watch 3 is equipped with the same dual chipset and lasts for four days in smart mode and 10 days in light smart mode. The 1.75-inch AMOLED display has a classic square design, which might be more suitable for users with smaller wrists.
The black version of OPPO Watch 3 Pro with a fluorine rubber strap is priced at 1,999 yuan ($297) while the version with a brown leather strap is 2,099 yuan while the non-Pro version is also available with a fluoride rubber strap for 1599 yuan and a gold leather strap version will sell for 1699 yuan.
OPPO Band 2
The OPPO Band 2 measures 45.3 x 29.1 x 10.6mm and weighs just 33g. It is equipped with a 1.57 inch AMOLED ultra-clear full screen and supports 200 watch face styles and over 100 sports modes. The new professional tennis mode equipped with the OPPO Watch 3 series is also available for the Band 2. The much-requested e-sports mode has also been added to the band. The fitness bracelet comes with a built-in 200mAh battery that can last up to 14 days. The standard version of the OPPO Band 2 is priced at 249 yuan, while the NFC version is priced at 279 yuan.
Updated version of OPPO Enco X2
OPPO Enco X2 has released six firmware updates since its launch. The June update added support for the LDAC protocol and was widely compatible with Android smartphones. This conference introduced a better listening experience. In addition to the three technologies of leak compensation, ear canal compensation and personalized hearing sense, OPPO has added a self-developed algorithm. At the same time, in order to improve wearing comfort and reduce noise, OPPO has introduced new accessories for OPPO Enco X2 users.
OPPO Enco Air2i
OPPO Enco Air2i supports 28 hours of battery life and comes with multiple custom sound modes and AI noise cancellation for clear quality in calls and in-ear design. The headphones are powered by a 460mAh battery with each earbud backed by a 40mAh cell. They are priced at 149 yuan.
Purple color for OPPO Pad Air
This conference also introduced a new purple color scheme for the OPPO Pad Air. The top of the tablet features a warm afterglow-like sunset, which is matched by a large and elegant purplish bottom half. Compared to the other two color schemes – gray and silver, the new model brings a much warmer appearance. Additionally, the OPPO Pad Air has also added new software while the App Store will later update the dynamic wallpaper and fonts to match the new color scheme. The tablet starts from 1499 yuan.
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