As busy tipster Digital Chat Station revealed today, Oppo is about to unveil a new smartwatch. The Oppo Watch 4 Pro will feature a dual-platform design. In addition to a Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 chipset for performance and calls, there is also a dedicated BES2700 chip for energy saving mode on board.
Compared to the predecessor Oppo Watch 3 Pro, there is also a revised design. The Oppo Watch 4 Pro is said to have a 316 stainless steel frame instead of aluminum alloy. The case should be made of sturdy ceramic. The premiere is expected to take place later this month at an official event in China, which will also showcase the new Find N3 and Find N3 Flip foldable smartphones.
Thanks to Oppo’s Weibo page, there are already some official specifications of the Watch 4 Pro. According to them, a Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 chipset will power it along with a BES 2700 coprocessor, just like the Oppo Watch 3 series. There is also an LTPO AMOLED display and 2 GB of RAM with a data transfer rate of 4.2 GB/s on board.
There’s also exhanced app support with over 85 independent apps and a redesigned 8-channel heart rate and 16-channel SpO2 sensors. The Oppo Watch 4 Pro also has a temperature sensor and an ECG sensor. According to an earlier leak, the battery capacity grows to a generous 570 mAh.
The Oppo Watch 3 Pro was launched last August for 1,899 CNY (€275/$280). The Oppo smartwatch never made it out of China though. We suspect that the Oppo Watch 4 Pro will face the same fate.