OnePlus is getting ready to announce the OnePlus 9. On 23 March, the company will also launch its first OnePlus Watch. Ahead of the launch, the company has announced some main OnePlus Watch information. Unbox Therapy, a YouTuber, has unveiled the concept of the OnePlus Watch in the new teaser. The OnePlus smartwatch will have a circular dial, according to a picture attached to the tweet. It will be available in a black color option. According to rumored specs, the watch would also be available in silver. Let’s take a look at the style, dimensions, features, and other specifics of the OnePlus Watch.
On March 23, OnePlus will unveil its first smartwatch. The concept of the OnePlus Watch has been announced ahead of its launch.
The specification of the OnePlus Watch has been announced by YouTuber Unbox Therapy. The smartwatch will have a circular dial, according to the picture attached to the tweet. It will come with a black silicone strap.
The right edge of the Watch also has two keys. They’ll probably be used to toggle the watch on and off, as well as to access those settings and functions.
OnePlus Watch Specifications:
The smartwatch will have a variety of fitness-related functions. According to the study, the Watch will have automatic workout detection. Swimming mode, sleep tracking, heart rate monitoring, and stress tracking will all be available. A SpO2 sensor will be included in the Watch to monitor blood oxygen levels.
On the OnePlus smartwatch, users will be able to make or receive calls. Notifications and music controls will also be available. By making the Watch a remote control for the OnePlus TV, OnePlus is building an ecosystem. Internal capacity on the Watch will be 4 GB. It will also support Warp Charge, which will charge the battery for a week in just 20 minutes. In addition, the Watch will be water and dust resistant to IP67 standards.The Watch will not run on Google’s Wear OS, according to OnePlus CEO Pete Lau. According to previous rumors, the smartwatch will be available in both regular and LTE versions.
“We chose to go with a smart wear operating system developed based on RTOS (real time operating system) because we believe it provides you a smooth and reliable experience while offering a great battery life, covering some of the biggest concerns we’ve been hearing from people looking to buy a smartwatch,”OnePlus CEO Pete Lau said in a post on the company’s forums.