You still have to pay for the watch to obtain one.
Oppo has teased the Oppo Watch Free previously in partnership with Anytime Fitness. The watch is meant to promote a healthy lifestyle. Despite the name, the watch does come with a price and you can’t just go ask Oppo to give you one.
It has a scratch-and-wear resistant 1.64″ AMOLED screen and a 230mAh battery that Oppo claims can last up to 14 days. It also has basic smartwatch features such as message and call notifications. It connects with your phone so if someone is calling you, you don’t have to lash out your phone every time.
It has a 24-hour heart rate monitor, running courses, and different exercise modes. It also helps monitor and keep track of your sleeping habits using the OSleep feature. These features assist in going back to being healthy, especially now that everyone stayed at home during the last two years thanks to the pandemic.
As we mentioned, the watch isn’t free, although thankfully, it’s affordable. It only costs Php5,499 and comes in Vanilla and Black colours. It is available online and offline, via Lazada, Shopee, and Oppo’s concept stores.
In addition to the watch, Oppo has also released the Enco Air2 TWS earbuds. It costs Php3,499 and, according to Oppo, gives a very rich sound experience. It has a loud bass, crystal-clear treble, and rich mid-range tones combined with a 13.4mm driver made of “composite titanized diaphragm”. In addition to these sound improvements, there’s also a unique bass booster to further make you feel that you’re listening to the sound as if you’re in the environment.
The buds are further assisted by two Enco Live Sound Effects which include an immersive bass boost and clear vocals to give out those impressive, noise-free, and immersive vocals whenever and wherever. Oppo said that the earbuds can last up to four hours on regular usage within a single charge. Its translucent case can charge the buds so that you can listen to them all day every day.