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Vivo Watch 2 will launch Dec. 22 in China as the company's first wearable eSIM

Vivo entered the smartwatch market with the Vivo Watch in September 2020. 

Vivo Watch 2 will launch Dec. 22 in China as the company's first wearable eSIM


Today (Dec. 22) Read, the business company launched vivo Watch 2. The product will most likely compete with the Huawei Watch D, which was given a Chinese release just a day later. 


It's also the first smartwatch from Vivo to gain SMS capabilities via eSIM, or embedded SIM, making it stand out in other crowded markets. 


The watch layout became invented before the leading release, so there are no surprises here.


It has a 46mm case and silicone strap alternative - black and white. The round dial has a neat finish, with a small button on the side. 

Vivo Watch 2 will launch Dec. 22 in China as the company's first wearable eSIM
Live view photos from vivo


The smartwatch has a 515mAh battery that runs for seven days at just an unmarried fee. 


The watch is also ready with oled events. Other unusual capabilities consisting of heart price measurement, GPS tracking, and step counters are also present. 


The Huawei Watch GT 3 (pictured) and Watch D could provide strong opposition to the Vivo Watch 2. 


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Vivo also introduced collaborations with 3 important Chinese telecom operators – China Telecom, China Unicorn, and China Mobile – to enable SMS capabilities via eSIM. 


This approach that vivo Watch 2 can talk via SMS while not having to be paired with an associate tool via Bluetooth, internet, or Wi-Fi, which can make it a game-changing smartwatch.




Wearable devices can currently be available on Vivo China's website for pre-order

and ninety-one phones have suggested that there may be a Watch edition – a Bluetooth model and an e-SIM version 


even though the online website seems to most effectively feature 3 color options for one current version. 


Bluetooth models can be priced at 1,299 yuan ($206), while eSIM models must land at a rate of 1,699 yuan ($270).

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