Tuesday, October 19

the design connected bracelet with SpO2 sensor arrives in France


Oppo has announced the arrival in France of its connected bracelet, the Oppo Band. A bracelet that can easily change style.

The Oppo Band connected bracelet

The Oppo Band connected bracelet // Gamesdone: Oppo

While Oppo recently announced its new Oppo Find X3 range, the Chinese manufacturer does not stop at smartphones alone. This Wednesday, he officially launched in France his new connected bracelet, soberly called Oppo Band, nearly a year after its presentation in China.

And this one stands out for its rather original design. There are in fact two hanging systems in the box. The first, the Oppo Band Style, offers a fairly classic pill-shaped tracker in the center, like on Xiaomi or Huawei bracelets. Nevertheless, it is here encircled by a metal rod on which the bracelet itself hangs. Two colors are also available: black bracelet with silver metal or beige bracelet with gold metal.

The second, more standard grip system, the Oppo Band Sport, allows the tracker to be encapsulated in a more classic silicone strap and is intended in particular for sports use. It is available in black.

A bracelet with an SpO2 sensor

To go with these hanging systems weighing 10.3 grams, the sensor offers a 1.1-inch Amoled screen displaying a definition of 126 x 294 pixels.

Regarding the functions offered, the Oppo Band can measure 12 different sports activities, including outdoor running, cycling, rowing, swimming or… cricket. Too bad indeed that the brand has not adapted the sports offered to those practiced on the French market, since, if we find cricket or badminton, football or rugby are not available. The Oppo Bands can also continuously measure the heart rate, but also the oxygen saturation in the blood, the famous SpO2. The bracelet can also monitor the quality of sleep and offers breathing exercises.

The Oppo Band is waterproof and 5 ATM certified

The Oppo Band is waterproof and 5 ATM certified // Gamesdone: Oppo

Other functions include notifications from the smartphone, vibration for calls, alarms, a trigger for the camera or music control. Note also that the bracelet is resistant to shallow immersion and certified 5 ATM.

The announced autonomy is twelve days thanks to the 100 mAh battery.

The Oppo Band bracelet is already commercially available. It is offered at a price of 59.90 euros with the two attachment systems integrated in the case, the Sport bracelet and the Style bracelet.


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