OPPO will be launching the Find X2 and the Find X2 Pro on March 6, but alongside these two flagships, the Chinese manufacturer will also be revealing their first smartwatch called the OPPO Watch Series.
OPPO just tweeted a few hours ago to confirm that the smartwatch will make its debut during the Find X2 global launch event and by the looks of it, the OPPO Watch will come in two color options: one with navy blue frame and black band, the other with gold frame and cream-colored band.
It’s time to say hello to #OPPOWatch. 👀
— OPPO (@oppo) March 2, 2020
Although its key specs weren’t revealed yet, the poster confirms the watch to come with a curved display and two buttons on the right. It will not have a rotating crown and should be running on Google’s Wear OS.
There are already comments pointing out the resemblance of the smartwatch to the Apple Watch, but who can blame them? Even the name is similar to the way Apple named its smartwatches, but we will be expecting this upcoming watch to be cheaper than the Apple Watch when it launches.