Vivo has launched a sequel to its first smartwatch with the new Vivo Watch 2.
The new Vivo Watch 2 uses the same circular watch face. It’s a 1.43-inch OLED panel with a 466 x 466-pixel resolution. It’s in a stainless steel body that’s 5ATM water resistance and weighs 46g.
One of the latest inclusions is the eSIM support, so you can receive calls, texts, stream music online, and receive social media notifications while you’re working out outdoors without your smartphone with you.
The watch comes with 2GB of internal storage so you can store offline music in it. Plus, Vivo’s Jovi voice commends, NFC for wireless payment, and onboard GPS to record your runs and bike rides.
Other than GPS, the Watch 2 also has a SpO2 sensor to monitor your blood oxygen saturation. Plus, a heart-rate sensor and sleep tracking. The watch is equipped with 47 sports modes.
Sadly, such advanced features mean shorten battery life. The company claims it can last for a week, versus last gen’s 18-day battery.
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The Vivo Watch 2 retails for CNY1,299 (around Php10,200) in China. As the wearable market in the Philippines becomes more popular, we’re hoping that the brand also brings this latest smartwatch to the country.