Vivo Watch tipped to feature AMOLED display, 18-day battery life: Report

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 10 Sep 2020
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Vivo may soon launch its own wearable

The new wearable is tipped to be called the Vivo Watch

Reports suggest that the new wearable will be priced at around 1000CNY (approx Rs 10,700)

Vivo Watch tipped to feature AMOLED display, 18-day battery life: Report

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It seems like Vivo might be the next smartphone manufacturer to enter the wearable market. According to a post on Playful Droid (via Weibo), the company is planning to launch a new wearable simply called the Vivo Watch. As per the report, the device will be available in 42mm and 46mm sizes and will pack a circular AMOLED display with a stainless steel body. It is also tipped to feature a leather strap. 

Other features include a water-resistance of 5ATM and is expected to sport sensors for tracking heart rate, blood oxygen content and more. It is also tipped to feature NFC for contactless payments. Interestingly, the report notes that the new wearable will come with a forked version of the company’s FunTouchOS. The report adds that the Vivo Watch is tipped to offer a battery life of 18 days and should be priced at around 1000CNY, which is about Rs 10,700.

Oppo also recently entered the wearable market in India with the Oppo Watch. The wearable is available in two variants namely 41mm and 46mm, which are priced at Rs 14,990 and Rs 19,990 respectively. It features a 1.91-inch 3D curved AMOLED screen with a 100% DCCI-P3 colour gamut.

It also supports various watch faces that users can download via an app on their phone. The device runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 and packs Google’s WearOS. Other features include Bluetooth 4.2, accelerometer, gyroscope, barometer, optical heart rate sensor, ambient light sensor and more. It also features VOOC flash charging which is capable of recharging the smartwatch from 0-46% in 15 minutes and 0-100% in 75 minutes.

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