Oppo Watch (46mm) Review | A Worthy Wear OS Smartwatch?

Oppo Watch (46mm) Review | A Worthy Wear OS Smartwatch?

Full review of the Oppo Watch (46mm) after two weeks of testing, including a closer look at performance, battery life, fitness tracking and the overall experience. Although it cribs the design from the Apple wearable, the Oppo Watch is still one of my favourite Wear OS smartwatches of 2020 – although some little quirks keep it from being among the very best.

This bigger 46mm model costs £369 in the UK, compared with £219 for the compact 41mm version. However, you don’t just get a bigger device for that extra cash. This premium wrist rocket also adds improved water resistance, a sharper AMOLED screen, eSIM LTE support and more bonus features.

Wear OS serves up a huge selection of watch faces to boost the small but respectable selection provided by the Oppo Watch. I struggled with the Google Assistant support, but the NFC works well for contactless payments and you have full fitness tracking support. This 46mm model also includes cellular support and you can take calls with the built-in mic and speaker.

Battery life is typically not great but you’ll get a full day of use with all of the features active, and you also get a Power Saver mode. So let me know what you think of my Oppo Watch review and if you’re tempted to grab one yourself!

Oppo Watch (46mm) Review | A Worthy Wear OS Smartwatch?

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