Oppo offered the Oppo Band back in June 2020, and 9 months later, the wearable finally will escape the domestic scene. Its first overseas market can be India, with a launch scheduled for Monday, March 8 and the name is a little bit of changed – this can now be called Oppo Band Vogue.
The wearable is available in two variants – one with a straightforward TPU wrist band and a more fashionable option with a metal ring.
The Oppo Band Vogue has 12 exercise modes, including one for long-distance runners – a assure neighborhood of athletes that rarely gets recognition on the earth of affordable wearables. There may be also a continuous heart rate monitor and SpO2 tracking – Oppo claims the Band can make a measurement each second for eight hours straight.
The band’s typical battery lifestyles is 14 days, with 1.5 hours charging time after the two-week length. The wearable in China has NFC, however Oppo India said nothing about this variety of connectivity in a press release about the launch date. Another unknown is the value – in China, it prices the equivalent of $30/€27, so it’ll be no more than INR2,500.