More details on the upcoming Vivo Watch revealed by tipster: Here’s what you will get

Also, the watch may go big on the battery performance as it could have a battery life of up to 18 days.

| Updated on: Aug 20 2022, 22:50 IST
Smart watch
Smart watch (Pixabay)
Smart watch
Smart watch (Pixabay)

Vivo might soon be launching its own smartwatch, which has reportedly been under development since quite some time. Although there was hardly any information available on the web, a tipster named Digital Chat Station has now revealed a few specs on the web about the product. It has been reported that the Vivo Watch may arrive in two sizes, 42mm and 46mm, and could sport a leather strap. 

Also, the watch may go big on the battery performance as it could have a battery life of up to 18 days. And for the colour variants, it might launch in four shades - Mocha, Mixia, Shadow, and Fengshang. The tipster says that Vivo smartwatch might be priced at CNY 1,000 ( 10,760 approx).

Also read: Vivo is making a phone with rear glass that changes colour

Digital Chat station, in a different post, has also revealed information about the 46mm variant. It may sport a round-shaped colour OLED display, heart-rate sensor, blood oxygen level (Sp02) tracker and NFC as well. The tipster added that we could see the watch hitting the shelves in the next couple of months. 

For what's worth, the firm has already received a Bluetooth SIG approval for the wearable device. The approval suggested the inclusion of Bluetooth 5.0 and model number WA2056. On a related note, a Vivo watch with model number WA2052 received a certification in China, indicating a launch soon.

It is worth adding that Vivo's sister company Oppo and even Realme have launched their smartwatches. It is only Vivo and OnePlus that remain to enter this segment. Vivo, however, has not confirmed anything about the product yet and has not indicated its launch in any way.

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First Published Date: 08 Sep, 13:26 IST