Filtered Oppo Watch, an alternative to Apple Watch with call support and eSIM

Oppo watch

The Oppo company seems to be going to the wearables car in its next presentation. A promotional poster has been leaked in which the new Oppo Watch is seen, in two colours and with what seems to confirm that it will have eSIM support for calls and data.
The opening of the first Oppo smartwatch will take place in a few days at an event together with the Find X2 series of smartphones. We already know some of the features of the Oppo smartwatch, but a promotional poster published by the firm reveals new features.
It is usual that in the days before the presentation of a new device rumours occur, a few days ago the first image of the Oppo Watch was leaked and revealed details about its operating system.

Oppo Watch

Next March 6 is the date chosen by the Chinese firm for the official presentation of its rumoured Oppo Find X2 smartphone that will come with Snapdragon 865 processor, 6.5-inch AMOLED display and 120 Hz refresh rate. The same day its first smartwatch will also be presented, with a design that is familiar to us.
Smartwatches have gained popularity among users and many of them already use these devices to avoid having to carry their cell phones, but not all of them offer the possibility of receiving and answering calls. Something that Oppo apparently has taken into account to be released for everything high in the smartwatch market.
Although it has not been confirmed and we will have to wait for day 6 to know its specifications, the company has shared a poster in which we can see its smartwatch in two colour variants. In the image we can also see that it supports voice calling function, so everything indicates that it will come with support for e-SIM.

Oppo Watch

As we can see in the previous image, the appearance of the Oppo Watch will be confirmed. We already received a photograph showing the panel of this device: a rectangular glass sphere with curved edges that reminded us of the Apple Watch Series 5. It will be available in at least two models: a gold variant with a cream-coloured silicone strap and a Blue variant with a black silicone strap.
This week our doubts will be cleared for the rest of its specifications and if the support for e-SIM is finally confirmed. What seems to be clear according to the photographs is the curve of the screen glass. At the moment it is unofficial information, we will be aware of more possible leaks before its launch on March 6.

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