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Oppo is readying the first Wear OS smartwatch with ECG functionality

In brief: Oppo has already released one of the most interesting Wear OS watches this year. The Chinese company wants to one up other brands with a new Oppo Watch that will sport electrocardiogram (ECG) functionality, which would make it the first Wear OS watch to do so.

Back in March, Oppo unveiled the Oppo Watch, which is the latest Apple Watch clone with a slim profile, an AMOLED display with a resolution of 402 by 476 and a maximum brightness of 1,000 nits, aluminum/stainless steel frame, and a ceramic backplate. It’s been available internationally (except for the US) since August, and is one of the few worthwhile Wear OS smartwatches that’s held back only by its starting price of $300.

Most of the other Wear OS smartwatches are produced by Fossil, despite Google’s efforts to reinvent the ecosystem. They’re also extremely generic in that they come with the same health and activity tracking features, as well as support for Google Pay, Google Fit, and Google Assistant.

According to a teaser on Oppo’s Weibo page, the new Oppo Watch will arrive on September 24. It’s reportedly pending US FDA approval as a Class II medical device, which would make it the third US smartwatch to support ECG along Apple Watch and Fitbit Sense. In terms of pricing, we can expect it to cost slightly more than the stainless steel version, which has a price tag of $369.

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