Oppo released the first smartwatch earlier this year, but it is already getting a new version. Launching next week, an updated Oppo Watch is set to run on the Google Wire OS platform.
The original Oppo Watch that was released in China earlier this year was based on Android but it was a fork of the platform that had a completely custom interface. The watch was initially only slated to debut in China, but has since been released this week in other regions, such as Germany.
We don’t know much about this updated version of the Oppo Watch, but thanks to a promotional teaser published by the company (via Engadget), we know it will use Google’s Clothing OS. Beyond that, we also know that the design will be essentially identical.
What exactly is going on with this new wearable? It may seem like a second-generation device, but it’s possible that it’s a slightly tweaked version of the same hardware designed for more markets around the world.
More information will be revealed in this upcoming smartwatch on July 31st.
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