OPPO Smartwatch Real-life Image Leaked Ahead of the Launch, Appears to be Running Google WearOS

OPPO Smartwatch

OPPO’s smartwatch doing rounds in the web for quite some time now. OPPO Vice President Brian Shen had also released the renders of the smartwatch, which revealed the 3D glass design. The OPPO smartwatch flaunts a rectangular display, and the design appears uncannily similar to the Apple Watch. Today, the popular leakster Digital Chat Station released the real-life image of the OPPO smartwatch that tip us more information of the device.

The OPPO smartwatch, just like the Mi Watch and Apple Watch Series 5, comes with multifunction button, which appears to be mounted on the side of the device. From the UI seen on the smartwatch, we could guess it to be loaded with the Google’s WearOS.

Earlier, the 3D glass covering of the OPPO smartwatch leaked that looked very similar to the renders shared by Brian Shen. It appears to be rectangular and has a thick black border all round the glass.

The OPPO Smartwatch is expected to launch on March 6, the date when the OPPO Find X2 and Find X2 Pro are also launching. The OPPO smartwatch will compete with Mi Watch which also runs Google WearOS platform. The specifications and other features of the OPPO Smartwatch are not known at the moment.