Oppo Watch review: A great WearOS smartwatch, with a few missing pieces

Like

  • Track various sleep cycles
  • 5-minute workout suggestions
  • Cellular connectivity
  • eSIM support

Don’t Like

  • Disappointing battery life
  • Design copies Apple Watch
  • Pricey
  • Only 5 exercise modes

The Oppo Watch is, as the name suggests, Oppo’s flagship smartwatch and the first with Google’s Wear OS operating system. Though it still has some room for improvement in terms of battery life and fitness tracking, in my week of wearing it I’ve been impressed at how well it handles the basics. It has a bright, responsive AMOLED screen, Google Assistant support and even native sleep monitoring. 


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The Oppo Watch comes in two sizes: 42mm and 46mm, and three variations. The smaller Wi-Fi-only model starts at £229 in the UK (roughly $295 or AU$400) then rises to £329 for the larger versions, which

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