OPPO is all set to launch the OPPO Band Style, which is going to be a premium band. This fitness band offers and real-time heart rate and continuous SpO2 monitoring, breathing quality assessment even during sleep.

Some of the main highlights have been mentioned below, for readers to have a better overview on the topic-

  • To offer continuous health protection through continuous SpO2 monitoring, breathing quality assessment during sleep, and general fitness tracking
  • Fashionable fitness band with a 2.794 cm (1.1”) full-color AMOLED screen that fits perfectly into your daily life as the ideal health and exercise companion
  • Launching 8th March, along with OPPO F19 Pro series

Moving on to the band itself, this Band Style offers 12 workout modes that work as an exercise log on the wrist and provide convenient functions, perfect for active, quick-paced lifestyles. There is continuous SpO2 monitoring that is made possible with the built-in optical blood oxygen sensor. This component enables the OPPO Band Style to continuously monitor blood oxygen saturation per second when the user is asleep. For instance, during an eight-hour sleep cycle, it conducts non-stop SpO2 monitoring 28,800 times—fully measuring the user’s body oxygen saturation. With its continuous SpO2 monitor and professional sleep monitor, the OPPO Band Style can help users develop healthier sleep habits, help monitor their heart health, respiratory health.

Other than this the fitness band also offers 12 built-in workout modes, including running, walking, cycling, swimming, badminton, cricket, Yoga, etc., covering most of the sports that are popular among young people. With the OPPO Band Style recording the exercising data, users can check their progress in the HeyTap Health app, which is key to boosting motivation for an active life.

Well with that said, do let us know your opinions on the new OPPO Band Style, by dropping a comment down below.

Madhav is a Tech Enthusiast and a Gamer. He also writes for The Automotive Blog, where he covers Auto related news.