In December final yr, Oppo stated it will be investing some huge cash into R&D and likewise increasing its wearables portfolio, to incorporate smartwatches in 2020. We have been listening to rumours since then about Oppo’s upcoming smartwatch and we even have an official render of what it might seem like, courtesy Oppo VP Brian Shen. The most recent leak entails reside images of what is reported to be the 3D glass masking for the smartwatch. The form of the panel appears to be like much like the render shared beforehand, so there’s a probability it could possibly be the actual factor. Oppo’s new smartwatch ought to debut alongside the Discover X2, which is reportedly launching on March 6.
Three photographs displaying the brand new 3D glass was posted on Slashleaks, as reported by Gizmochina. The photographs present somebody holding the oblong glass panel with a thick black border round it. The 3D form is seen from these images and it appears to be like similar to the render shared by Oppo VP Brian Shen, again in January.
Earlier this month, Shen teased one other photograph of the Oppo Watch this time, shrouded in darkness with only a portion of the show and the watch arms seen. He additionally talked about that it will be a “recreation changer,” that might trace on the 3D glass design of the watch. The poster of the pictures on Slashleaks talked about that it will have the identical hyperboloid display because the upcoming Oppo Discover X and that, such a display was fairly tough and costly to fabricate.
We predict Oppo will unveil its smartwatch in the course of the launch of the Discover X2. It was presupposed to have taken place at MWC 2020, however has been pushed again to March 6 most certainly. We would see extra hardware bulletins in the course of the launch subsequent month.