Vivo Watch smartwatch has leaked on several occasions in the recent past, and now a new retail listing suggests that the wearable may launch as soon as September 22. A separate poster leak hints at the design of the watch, along with possible colour options. Additionally, the key specifications of the Vivo Watch have also been shared by a noted tipster, alongside the live images of the wearable. The Vivo Watch is tipped to come with a heart rate monitor and is reported to offer up to 18 days of battery life.
GizmoChina reports that a Chinese retailer has listed a teaser page for the Vivo Watch hinting at a launch date. This page reportedly confirms that the wearable will launch in China on September 22. The report also claims that there is another poster doing rounds on Weibo that shows off the design of the Vivo Watch. The poster suggests that the wearable may come in orange, black, and brown options. It is expected to come with varied watch faces and offered in leather and silicone strap options. This leak also hints at 24-hour heart rate monitoring and long battery life.
Separately, noted Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station (translated) has shared a live image showing off the Vivo Watch in several colour options. The leak hints at an AMOLED display, round dial, two physical buttons on the side, and a silver bezel on the sides of the dial. The smartwatch is seen sporting black, orange, and brown straps. The tipster notes that the Vivo Watch may be offered in 42mm and 46mm dial sizes. The tipster claims that the watch is expected to have a stainless steel body and leather strap options.
The wearable is reported to be 5ATM waterproof and offer up to 18 days of battery life. Key features are tipped to include calorie detection, independent music playback, continuous heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen detection, Jovi voice assistance, and multi-function NFC.
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