Oppo presented a new health tracker at the Oppo Inno Day 2022. It is called Oppo OHealth H1 and comes – unbelievable but true – without a smartwatch. But it can do more than the tracking functions of modern smartwatches. Take a temperature, for example.
Oppo OHealth H1 introduced
A purely on health tracking designed gadget wants to be the Oppo OHealth H1, which they have now presented at the just Oppo Inno Day 2022. The pill-shaped, white device is simply supplied with new energy via the included charging station and offers numerous functions.
For example, the H1 can measure heart rate, keeps track of heart murmurs, measures blood oxygen saturation SpO2, monitors sleep and body temperature, and has an electrocardiogram (ECG) that can reveal cardiac arrhythmias.
Around 95 grams is the gadget light, which thus offers something more than the typical health functions of modern smartwatches. At the same time, the measurements are supposed to be particularly precise and in no way inferior to those of medical devices.
That and the fact that the Oppo OHealth H1 can also measure fever make it stand out from the usual suspects. The gadget has a sensor that takes various measurements by touch.
Data is also stored in the cloud via the corresponding Health app to create a long-term health report. However, Oppo assures that the data is secured according to the strictest data protection regulations.
In short: an exciting and quite practical health gadget that can be taken anywhere due to its compact dimensions and low weight. The only thing that remains unclear is whether the OHealth H1 will be launched on the market and at what price. So far, it is only a concept.