Vivo is a brand known to many, which we are still waiting for will officially launch its phones in Spain. Several weeks ago it was confirmed that the brand was going to expand its range of products beyond smartphones, because its first smartwatch is confirmed. The Vivo Watch has already been officially presented.
This new Vivo Watch is the first smartwatch of the Chinese brand, which has been filed in your home country. A sports watch, which is launched in two versions and stands out above all for its great autonomy. In addition to coming with NFC as standard, making it different from other models.
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Technical characteristics Vivo Watch
- Size: 1.39 inches (46 mm model) and 1.19 inches (42 mm model).
- Technology: AMOLED.
- Resolution: 454 x 454 pixels (46 mm) and 390 x 390 pixels (42 mm).
- Memory: 2 GB.
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, GPS
- 478 mAh (46 mm model) with autonomy of up to 18 days.
- 226 mAh (42 mm model) with autonomy of up to 9 days.
- Waterproof: 5 ATM.
- Activity tracking:
- 11 sport modes.
- Sleep monitoring.
- Heart rate sensor.
- Support for independent music playback.
- Operating system: FunTouch OS.
- 46 x 46 x 10.6 mm (46 mm model).
- 42 x 42 x 9.7 mm (42 mm moelo).
- 46.8 grams (46 mm).
- 35.6 grams (42 mm).
Vivo’s first smartwatch
The Vivo Watch features a circular dial design, where appropriate made of stainless steel. It is a classic design, which allows the watch to adapt to all types of users, beyond sports activity. In addition, being made of this material, it is presented as a watch that will resist scratches or bumps without any problem. The brand has presented two sizes in this case, one of 42 mm and the other of 46 mm. Both use AMOLED screen, with different sizes.
We are in front of a watch designed to carry a tracking the user’s physical activity. It has 11 sport modes (including swimming, walking, running, cycling…) and it is also in charge of monitoring the user’s sleep. In addition, it comes with a sensor to measure the heart rate at all times. The watch will count steps, calories, minutes of activity as well as the distance traveled. It also has functions that motivate the user to play sports, maintain good habits and provide advice on activities to follow, as well as reports with data on their activity.
This Vivo Watch arrives with NFC, which supports mobile payments in this way. It will be a differentiating element in this watch from the Chinese brand. In addition to NFC, it has Bluetooth 5.0, for its connection with the phone. The battery is another of its strengths, with a range of up to 9 days in the 42 mm model. In the case of the 46 mm model, the autonomy can be up to 18 days, thus being one of the watches with the longest autonomy on the market.
As an operating system, the brand has opted to use FunTouch OS, its own interface, for this watch. So they put Wear OS aside. Another aspect to highlight in this smartwatch is that it has a water resistance of 5 ATM, which means that it can be used in swimming, one of the sports that the watch detects.
Price and availability
The Vivo Watch will be launched in China on September 28, the only country in which its launch has been confirmed at the moment. This watch is launched in two sizes (42 and 46 mm) in a version with a stainless steel case and a leather or rubber strap. The price of the watch is 1,299 yuan, that at the change are 164 euros. We hope to know sooner about its launch in other countries.
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