Yesterday, Oppo unveiled the Oppo Reno 4 Series of smartphones in the Chinese market and along with it, the company also introduced two new accessories – the Oppo Band and the Oppo Encho W51 earbuds. Today, on Giztop we are unboxing the Oppo Band endowing you a closer look at the box contents and the wearable band.
Starting with the box packaging, the Oppo Band comes in the White box with Oppo branding at the front. We also get a look at the Band on the box.
After unpacking, we see the Band and the manuals beneath the wearable. There’s a user manual, warranty card, charging cradle, and the actual Oppo Band.
That’s what we find in the box now taking a closer look at the band, we see the stainless steel body with a 1.1-inch AMOLED display. It is a 2.5D curved glass with a resolution of 126 x 294 pixels.
It has a heart rate monitor and the Sp02 sensor for monitoring blood oxygen and saturation levels. There’s a 100mAh battery that is claimed to provide 14 days battery backup on a single charge. It comes in four color variants including the standard Black and Gold/White finish. Here we have the standard Black color variant.
Other than this, the Oppo Band has 12 sports modes including walking, outdoor running, outdoor cycling, indoor cycling, rowing machine, badminton, free training, and some others.
The Oppo Band and all its variants including the EVA Limited edition can be purchased via the Giztop store.