The new Oppo Band Style is set to be launched alongside the F19 series on March 8. Much like any other standard fitness band in the entry-level segment, Oppo Band Style is touted to come with real-time heart rate monitoring and SpO2 measurement, giving users an idea of their health metrics. Oppo is claiming the Band Style will have 12 workout modes, although fewer than 14 ways on Realme Band are enough to take care of most exercise regimes.
Oppo Band Style features
The fitness band will come with real-time heart rate monitoring to detect any problems that the heart rate may indicate. The fitness band will use heart-rate monitoring along with SpO2 monitoring to detect sleep disorders.
The Oppo Band Style will feature a health-monitoring function that will keep sleep patterns in check and tell the user if there are any deviations from what is medically recommended.
SpO2 monitoring is essentially blood oxygen level monitoring that has become very useful ever since the pandemic. Last year, there was a massive demand for oximeters, which is also when tech companies began to focus on this feature to let users measure the level of oxygen in their blood.
The 12 workout modes on the Oppo Band Style will comprise running, walking, cycling, swimming, badminton, cricket, and Yoga. The data measured when these modes are activated will be logged into the HeyTap Health app, which will also be used for pairing the Oppo Band Style band with a phone.