OPPO smartband

OPPO smart bracelet was officially released in China in June last year, priced at 199 yuan ($31). The bracelet uses a 1.1-inch AMOLED display, with functions such as 24-hour heart rate monitoring and continuous blood oxygen monitoring. It also has a variety of exercise modes. You can control smartphone music playback and find phones through the bracelet. And it supports 50 meters of water resistance.

OPPO smartband

The use of this component allows the OPPO smartband to continuously monitor the blood oxygen saturation every second when the user is in sleep, that is, during 8 hours of sleep, 28,800 monitoring can be completed without interruption. Combined with professional sleep monitoring, the OPPO smartband can also help users develop healthier sleeping habits.

In addition, 24-hour heart rate monitoring is also a standard feature of the OPPO smartband. With the built-in optical heart rate sensor, it can not only track the heart rate status but also the heart rate status can be monitored in real time.

According to notebookcheck reports, the OPPO smart bracelet has obtained EEC certification. This simply means that it may soon be available in Russia. It seems there is nothing odd with this news, but this may be the first version of the device to enter the global market.

It is worth mentioning that OnePlus also launched a smart bracelet in India this month. The overall design of the OnePlus smart bracelet is similar to the OPPO bracelet. Both come with optional multi-color silicone wristbands and a 1.1-inch AMOLED screen. The latter can reach IP68 waterproof. This costs 2499 Indian rupees, which is equivalent to about $34.

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