OPPO Watch 2 release: Snapdragon Wear 4100, 16-day battery life, and over 100 sports tracking modes from ~RM847


Last week, OPPO had announced that it was launching its new smartwatch on 27 July 2021. Some specs of the OPPO Watch 2 were revealed at the time, with a few features confirmed a few days later. Now, the device was officially launched in China and we have more info.

The OPPO Watch 2 comes with the Snapdragon Wear 4100 chip, which is capable of delivering up to 85% more performance than its predecessor. Combined with the Apollo 4s chip, the device can start apps instantly and supports a 60Hz refresh rate on its AMOLED display. In terms of design, it's mostly to the original OPPO Watch with the square body and two buttons on the right. However, it comes in larger 42mm or 46mm sizes.



As for the features, the OPPO Watch 2 has a built-in GPS, heart-rate tracker, 5ATM water resistance, and more. It can also track more than 100 types of sports, which is great since more people can use it. Another big selling point would be the battery life. The watch can last up to 16 days in power-saving mode on a single charge, or up to 4 days if it's disabled. And if you run low on battery, you can gain 1-day of battery life after 10 minutes of VOOC fast-charging.

OPPO has yet to announce when this smartwatch will be available globally. But if you're interested, you can check the official website. We've also included the prices, so please refer to them below. For updates on the local launch, do stay tuned to TechNave.com!



  • 42mm - 1300 yuan (~RM847)
  • 42mm (eSIM) - 1500 (~RM978)
  • 46mm (eSIM) - 2000 (~RM1304)