Leakster Evan Blass has just tweeted photos of the OPPO Watch 2 ahead of its July 27 launch date.
The photos reveal support for calls which isn’t new, well at least for the China version, as it arrived with eSIM support. It is uncertain if we’ll see the eSIM support as it makes its way in the international market though.
Meanwhile, another photo reveals directions on the map which hints at built-in GPS. This isn’t too far-fetched with its predecessor featured it as well.
The OPPO Watch 2 is said to have an Apollo 4s chip, gaming mode, and camera control, according to JD.com. Other leaks mention that it will have a Snapdragon Wear 4100 chipset coupled with the Apollo 4s. Additionally, it is said to have 16GB storage, the new Relax app, and stress detection.