Vivo Watch is speculated to feature in four color options: Mocha, Mixia, Shadow, and Fengshang.
A well-known tipster Digital Chat Station has today confirmed that the upcoming Vivo Watch will come in 42mm and 46mm models, with a leather strap. The battery life of the watch with a single full charge can work up to 18 days. Previously, we reported the Vivo Watch had cleared the 3C and Bluetooth SIG certifications. Both the variants will support 5W charging and is expected to be manufactured by Dongguan, China Pui Electronic Technology Co.
The watch will come with a similar design inspired by the like of Samsung Galaxy Watch, LG Watch, and Moto Watch to name. The Vivo Watch will feature a round dial with OLED display, NFC support for quick payments, multiple sensors including a blood oxygen monitor, and a heart rate monitor. According to the leaked patent, there seem to be three buttons on the right of the Vivo smartwatch. These buttons will be physical ones to control the features the watch offers.
The Chinese company has also trademarked the name of the watch in the European Trademark Office back in February. We had already seen Oppo Wear OS smartwatches this year with some of the best functionality and is available in two variants of 41mm and 46mm LTE-ready version.
The watch faces of Vivo’s upcoming watch is expected to have an animated blue or green watch face and will feature fitness-oriented modes including a step count, sleeping patterns, standing hours, and other workout modes.
Although there is no official word from the company about the launch date and price, the Vivo Watch is expected to arrive in Q4 later this year and the price will hover around $200. The company is also likely to launch an all-new Vivo TV.
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