Oppo Band, new connected bracelet with SpO2 sensor

The Chinese manufacturer Oppo is launching a connected bracelet equipped with precise sensors, in particular to monitor the quality of sleep.

The Oppo Band connected bracelet offers everything you would expect from this kind of product, including a sensor that monitors blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) particularly precise, since it does so every second while sleeping. Combined with heart rate, this data allows for complete monitoring and analysis of sleep quality.

Sport version or style version

The device also has twelve modes dedicated to sports training, including running, walking, cycling, swimming or yoga. In terms of appearance, the Oppo Band has a 1.1 ” (2.8 cm) Amoled screen and two interchangeable straps, a sport version and a “style” version. The sport model is available in black, while the “style” version is available in black or vanilla, incorporating a trendy metallic buckle design. The dial, for its part, can display around forty different designs.

The 100 mAh battery can be fully recharged in 90 minutes and offers up to twelve days of autonomy. Available at the indicative price of € 59.90 (two bracelets included).

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