The Vivo Watch 2, which has been unveiled in China this week, promises one full week of battery per each charge, so in theory, it’s a downgrade from the previous model.
But when looking at the spec sheet, it’s pretty clear it’s a trade-off nobody would mind accepting.
First and foremost, the device sports a 1.43-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 466×466 pixels and touch input. The company has tried to make the smartwatch as light as possible, so it tips the scales at just 47 grams.
Going on sale next week
The device packs 2GB of built-in storage for things like music, as well as NFC support for payments, a GPS sensor, heart rate monitoring, SpO2 tracking, and sleep analysis. It supports no less than 47 sports activities, inclu… (read more)
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