OPPO Watch, currently the only latest generation Wear OS smartwatch released in Europe by one of the leading smartphone manufacturers, may soon have a successor. 3C suggests it to us: the body that in China is responsible for certifying products to certify their compliance for end consumers. Several OPPO devices have received the 3C certification in the last few days (including i Reno6), including some with connectivity LTE 4G.
The 4G devices we are talking about support according to the variant a charging profile a 5V and 1A or 5V and 1,5A and have been certified without a wall charger. These features make us think that the device in question is its own OPPO Watch 2. In fact, the smartwatch of the manufacturer already on the market supports these charging profiles: for the 41 mm version we have 5V / 1A, while for the 46 mm version the charging profile is 5V / 1,5A.
Furthermore, since OPPO Watch is a smartwatch, it is not sold with a battery charger wall included, but only with a USB charger that can then be connected to a smartphone charger or to any USB port. Unfortunately, in addition to the aforementioned information, nothing has been leaked on the specifications of the new alleged smartwatch. A few days ago the company launched OPPO Band in two variants in Italy: its first smartband.