a new leak reveals design of the upcoming smartwatch from vivo
Vivo is rumoured to be working on the second-generation Vivo Watch allegedly called VivoWatch 2. The upcoming smartwatch from the company has surfaced online revealing several details.
The watch has surfaced into the Vivo Sports Health app that gives us an early glimpse at its design. As per the leak, the VivoWatch 2 will feature an identical design with minor changes as the first-generation of the Vivo Watch.
The latest leak also coincides with the previous leaks where the watch is expected to feature a circular dial design. The display will be an AMOLED unit with a higher screen-to-body ratio.
The Vivo Watch 2 has already surfaced on the TENAA certification listing a while back that shed some light on a couple of other details like triple-SIM Support via eSIM support (which is weird for a smartwatch) with eUICC chips. The smartwatch will also feature LTE connectivity along with Bluetooth 5.1 and voice assistant support. The TENAA listing suggests a 501mAh battery.
Rumours also suggest Vivo Watch 2 will only launch in one size — 42mm. The watch was earlier expected to launch in September this year. However, that certainly didn’t happen and as of now there’s nothing much available regarding its launch. But we can still expect to launch by the end of the year.

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