INTRO: Vivo has confirmed that it’ll launch its first smartwatch in China next week. during a post on the Chinese micro-blogging site, Weibo, the corporate announced that it might officially unveil the Vivo Watch on Tuesday, September 22. the corporate also posted a teaser image (see above), which suggests that the device will ship with a round dial with two physical buttons.
While Vivo could be playing its cards on the brink of its chest, recent leaks have revealed a number of the key aspects of the upcoming device. consistent with Weibo posts by a prolific tipster, Digital Chat Station, the Vivo Watch is going to be available in two sizes – 42mm and 46mm. it’ll reportedly have A battery lifetime of up to 18 days and can ship in four color options. The device is additionally said to return with a heart-rate monitor and should have a price-tag of 1,000 yuan (~Rs. 10,000) in China.
The same tipster had earlier revealed some additional information about the 46mm variant of the device. consistent with them, the wearable will ship with a round OLED display, a heart-rate monitor, blood oxygen (SpO2) sensor, and an NFC chip. Other features are expected to incorporate Vivo’s Jovi voice assistant, 5ATM water-resistance, and built-in storage for music playback.
The Vivo Watch received its 3C certification in June, revealing its model number – WA2056. The device has since been certified by the Bluetooth SIG, revealing that it’ll support Bluetooth 5.0. it’s also since been spotted on the websites of property India (IPI) and the European Union property Office (EUIPO).