The New Oppo Watch X Looks Awfully Familiar

While OnePlus has more than made up for its smartwatch shortcomings with the new and vastly-improved OnePlus Watch 2, its sister brand Oppo recently announced a new addition to its pre-existing smart wearable lineup, in the form of the new Oppo Watch X, which runs on Wear OS and boasts a premium design.

If you’re wondering why the device looks familiar, that’s because it’s mostly the OnePlus Watch 2, albeit rebranded for a different market. The device was first spotted on OnePlus’ Malaysian website, and carries a lot of the same hardware specs, including the design, display, down to the Snapdragon chipset inside the watch.

READ: The OnePlus Watch 2 is Now Official Worldwide

In case you’re not too familiar with the OnePlus Watch 2’s specs, the device comes with a a 1.43-inch AMOLED touch screen surrounded by a stainless steel chassis with an IP68 and 5ATM rating. Inside is the Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 chip, backed by a secondary BES 2700 MCU Efficiency chipset that allows it to run a Wear OS hybrid interface.

Going back to the Oppo Watch X, the device is priced at around $295-300 when converted, although regional availability hasn’t been specified yet.

Source: Oppo (MY)

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