Oppo to Release Its First Smartwatch Alongside New Smartphone Find X2

(Source: OPPO)

Oppo will soon release its new smartphone, the Find X2, via an online live-streamed event on March 6. Alongside with the much anticipated flagship, Oppo announced the launch of its first smartwatch, Oppo Watch.

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The second model of its high end Find series, the Find X2 will be a 5G smartphone featuring a high-quality screen. According to Oppo’s official WeChat Public Account, some key specs of the phone include a 120Hz refresh rate, 3K resolution and 240Hz touch sampling rate together with a top-notch fast charging technology. It will be equipped with the most advanced 5G mobile chipset — Snapdragon 865, and a three-camera set.

Oppo also teased its forthcoming Oppo Watch on multiple social media platforms. Judging from the leaked photos, Oppo Watch looks almost identical to Apple Watch. Oppo’s head of global marketing, Brian Shen, tweeted in February about the upcoming product, saying that the “curved screen and 3D glass will be a game changer.”

All the products by Oppo were earlier scheduled to be launched at the MWC 2020 in Barcelona but got postponed and moved online as the event was canceled due to the outbreak of COVID-19 epidemic.