The new Oppo Watch runs on Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 2500 wearable compatible 1GB RAM and 8GB external storage.
There are two versions of the watch: the first 46mm with a 1.91-inch AMOLED screen and a battery capable of operating more than 40 hours on a single charge.
The second size is 41 mm and a screen of the same type, but measuring 1.6 inches, working up to 24 hours on a single charge.
Both hours support the VOOC fast charge standard, which provides 50 percent battery charge within 17 minutes, the company said, and both hours have 5ATM water resistance for the smaller 46mm and 3ATM version.
The new watch has many important and different functions, including the ability to make phone calls via eSIM and also pay via NFC technology in addition to sports and tracking functions.
It includes heart rate monitoring functions, athletic performance and exercise results, and it provides the feature of tracking physical activity during sleep, but it loses an essential advantage in competition with the Apple Watch Series 4 which is the electrocardiogram.