OPPO has just launched the new Watch SE that comes with support for eSIM, which allows you to make calls without needing a smartphone.
But the new smartwatch, which will go on sale tomorrow, October 20, in the Chinese market, has more arguments.
New OPPO Watch SE arrives with eSIM support and autonomy for up to 10 days
OPPO has just unveiled a new smartwatch that arrives full of surprises for users. Unfortunately, for now, the model is only available in the Chinese market and it is not yet known when it will be launched globally.
Despite the geographic distance, the new Watch SE is newsworthy. The model is equipped with support for eSIM, which allows you to make calls without needing a smartphone. It also has Wi-Fi support.
The battery is another of the highlights of the new wearable, as it provides autonomy for up to three days, in fully intelligent mode, and up to 10 days of useful life, if the “light” intelligent mode is activated. Better: just 10 minutes of charging allows the new OPPO smartwatch to work for a whole day.
Health-oriented features include monitoring a night’s sleep, post-rest analysis and even including reminders to motivate the user to go to bed and rest.
It has 100 sport modes, but according to the information released so far, this model is not equipped with ECG. In turn, the AMOLED screen with the same diagonal as the OPPO Watch 3, integrates the practical Always-On-Display functionality and OSleep function.
It is also equipped with multifunctional NFC, which in the Chinese market translates into payments, navigation on the Baidu map, bus pass, among many other features.
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