The new Oppo Watch 2 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100 Quad-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53 processor, with 1 GB RAM and 8 GB internal storage.
The smartwatch features a rounded hyperboloid glass and a metal case with a decent texture, as well as a rounded hyperboloid glass and a metal case with a good texture.
The strap has been replaced with an internal buckle; the only difference is that it is now lighter. The dual-chip approach, which divides the user’s usage scenarios into two modes, “full smart” and “light smart,” also makes an appearance on the inside.
The most intriguing feature is that the smartwatch comes with the new ECG version, which provides millisecond-level ECG monitoring. Once turning on the “ECG monitoring” function, all we have to do now is place the other hand’s finger on the navigation button, relax and wait for the monitoring to finish.
The ECG data will be instantly uploaded to the associated mobile phone after the monitoring is concluded. In the Health App, you can see your ECG data. We can either upload it to the cloud for “intelligent analysis” or to the “Expert Interpretation” folder on our computer.
Furthermore, the OPPO Watch 2 ECG version includes an all-weather heart rhythm monitoring function that can monitor if there is a heart rhythm throughout the day, reminding you to complete “ECG monitoring” on time and realizing the “monitoring-warning-analysis” guardian connection.
And finally, to highlight its amazing battery life and charging speed. The battery lasts a long time and charges quickly. The problem of smartwatch battery life has essentially been overcome, and the charger has become a “non-essential device.”