How does it compete? We will find out soon, because Oppo has been launched in China for several months and is now available for purchase in the UK. Its price is £39.99, which is about the average price of this gadget.
When we approach the Oppo band, we will provide you with a complete review so that you can determine if it is worth the cash and can be compared with all other competitor trackers. Until we do, this is the fitness bracelet you need to know.
Oppo Band features
The Oppo wristband looks a lot like a “standard” fitness tracker-its long, thin wristband connects to a small display. It is only black and has 5ATM waterproof performance. We don’t know the material of the strap.
The display is 1.1 inches wide and has a resolution of 126 x 294 pixels. It is a touch screen.
According to Oppo, because of its 100mAh battery, Band has a battery life of 12 days, and we will definitely test it in our review.
The band has twelve fitness modes, including outdoor running, outdoor biking, cricket and swimming, as well as some health functions such as sleep tracking, heart rate monitoring, step counting and Sp02 monitoring.
At the same time, it also provides some lifestyle functions, such as notification processing, weather reports and camera control.
From a broad overview of the function table, Oppo Band looks like your standard fitness tracker, so it will survive or die depending on how well it performs-is the activity tracking accurate, whether the battery life is long enough, and whether it is easy to use And pair with the smartphone.
We will test these and more in the full review, so stay tuned in the coming weeks.
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