Vivo today unveiled its first smartwatch, the Vivo Watch, which supports 24-hour health monitoring.
The Vivo Watch features a round dial design and is available in 46 mm and 42 mm sizes.
The Vivo Watch is also water resistant to 50 meters and can be worn while swimming.
The Vivo Watch features an AMOLED HD display, 24/7 hibernation clock support, and six built-in sensors: ambient light sensor, geomagnetic sensor, 6-axis accelerometer & gyroscope, 5-core optical heart rate & oximetry sensor, four satellite positioning systems, and barometric pressure & altitude sensor.
The Vivo Watch supports 24/7 heart rate monitoring and continuous oximetry monitoring, sleep monitoring, breathing exercises, and more.
The Vivo Watch can track the user's dynamic calorie consumption throughout the day, encouraging healthier habits through daily activity goals.
In professional sports, Vivo Watch also provides body monitoring and exercise coaching, presenting professional data analysis and recommendations at the end of a workout.
In addition, the Vivo Watch also supports standalone music playback.
Vivo Watch supports schedules and notifications: you can check important schedules by lifting your wrist and synchronize notifications to the watch; payment: you can use the watch to pay for public transportation, subway, access control, shopping, etc.; voice interaction: you can use Jovi's voice to handle big and small matters with your mouth.
Officially, the Vivo Watch can last up to 18 days for the 46 mm model and 9 days for the 42 mm model under typical daily use.
The Vivo Watch is priced at RMB 1,299 yuan ($191) and will be available for purchase on September 28.