Oppo Band Launched with Up to 14 Days Battery Life and SpO2 Sensor

Oppo Band has officially launched as the Chinese giant ‘s latest wearable. The Oppo Band will be available in three different models – Fashion Edition, the vanilla, and the EVA Edition. The Oppo Band Fashion Version has a stainless-steel frame with TPU and alloy band, rather than a plastic casing used on the Vanilla model. The Fashion Edition includes support NFC too. The EVA Version comes with a distinctive strap, influenced by the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime series.

All three fitness Band Models feature a 1.1-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 126 x 294 pixels covering 100% of the P3 colour gamut. An elegantly curved 2.5D glass protects the screen. The fitness bands can be paired via Bluetooth 5.0 with devices running Android 6.0 + or iOS 10.0 +. It is powered by the Apollo 3 chip, also found in the smartwatch.

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Oppo Band, EVA and Fashion price

All three models launched at the launch event of the Reno 4 series in which Enco W51 TWS was also announced with ANC Oppo Band, Fashion, and EVA fitness trackers are priced respectively at 199 Yuan ($28), 249 Yuan ($35), and 299 Yuan ($42).

Oppo Band, EVA and Fashion Edition Specifications

The new Oppo Band offers a 1.1-inch AMOLED touchscreen display with a full-colour gamut of 100% P3 and a 2.5D curved scratch resistant surface. It offers 12 sports modes that also include outdoor running, running fat loss, outdoor walking, outdoor cycling, indoor running, indoor cycling, free training, swimming, badminton, rowing machine, elliptical machine, and weight loss training. The New fitness tracker takes about 1.5 hours to be fully charged and is said to last up to 14 days. It also supports Bluetooth v5 and is compatible with iOS and Android devices. The Fashion Variant also supports NFC.

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The Oppo Band line comes with 5ATM water resistance, which means it can work in 50 meters deep water. The wearable devices come with blood oxygen monitoring SpO2 sensor and a heart rate sensor. The fitness band can track sleep, steps count, and burnt calories. It provides more than 160 watch faces and supports notifications from social media platforms, apps, calls, and messages. Other options include controlling music, alarm, weather, and Find My Phone.

Although all three Oppo Bands have comparable interiors and functionalities, their strap style, design, and colours differ from each other. The standard model comes in Black and Purple colour options with a ubiquitous strap.

The fashion model has a floating bracelet design and is available in Sandal and Black colours. Finally, the Oppo Band EVA offers the same design as Fashion since it is a version of this model with anime-themed Neon Genesis Evangelion strap.

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