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Oppo Watch 2 photos leaked before the official launch

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Oppo Watch 2 photos leaked before the official launch

Oppo Watch 2 Photos Leaked Before The Official Launch - Light Home News

We are just one day away from the official launch of the Oppo Watch 2 but of course we can’t help but be careful about leaks and rumors about it. A trusted insider has tweeted some of the alleged photos of the upcoming smartwatch and reveals some of the expected specifications. However, there is nothing surprising in this reveal and we do not have much official information about the wearable device yet. But with the expected release on July 27, we don’t have long to wait.

Well-known leaker Evan Blass posted four images of the Oppo Watch 2 on Twitter. What the photos show is that we received support for calls and built-in GPS. One shot shows an incoming call with the options to answer or reject, while another shows directions on a map that hints that the smartwatch has a GPS so you don’t need to open your smartphone when trying to find a place while walking.

But those aren’t really surprising details, as its predecessor, the first-gen Oppo Watch has those specs. The previous smartwatch also had support for eSIM, but only in China. The leaked photos don’t seem to indicate if this one will have it too, but that will likely be the case. However, what would be interesting is if eSIM support will be available in other countries.

Previous leaks have indicated that the Oppo Watch 2 will have an Apollo 4s chip, while some say it will also have Snapdragon Wear 4100. It will also reportedly have 16GB of storage, LTE support, game mode, camera control for your connected smartphone, a new Oppo. Relax application, as well as stress detection. The handheld will run Color OS and have a real-time operating system to extend battery life, according to GSM Arena.

The Oppo Watch 2 will launch on July 27 and will come in 42mm and 46mm sizes plus various colors, supposedly. We don’t know about the SRP yet, so we’ll just have to wait for the official announcement.