Vivo Watch, the company’s first smartwatch, has been officially launched in China. It arrives with a round dial and in two sizes — 42mm and 46mm. The smartwatch houses a stainless steel body with a brushed ceramic bezel. While the 42mm version has two round buttons on the right spine, the 46mm has flat buttons for a more comfortable fit. The Vivo Watch has a blood oxygen monitor, 5-core optical heart rate sensor, and can record stress and sleep.
The Vivo Watch 42mm variant features a 1.19-inch AMOLED display with 390×390 pixels resolution, while the 46mm variant has a slightly larger 1.39-inch AMOLED display with 454×454 pixels resolution. It comes with 2GB built-in storage and connects via Bluetooth 5.0. The smartwatch is powered by the ST miniature main control processor. The 42mm version has a 226mAh battery that is claimed to last up to 9 days, while the 46mm variant has a large 478mAh battery that is said to offer 18 days on a single charge. The Vivo Watch is equipped with a SpO2 sensor, air pressure, gyroscope, accelerometer, geomagnetic sensor, altitude sensor, and ambient light sensor. It has intelligent exercise recognition and analysis and can monitor indoor running, outdoor running, outdoor walking, indoor cycling, swimming, cycling, trail running, mountain climbing, elliptical machine, free training, and high-intensity interval training. The smartwatch can also monitor your sleep and provide breathing training. There is NFC support for payments, alarms, show notifications, controlling your music, and Vivo’s Jovi voice assistant.