The image also offers a very first look at the Watch’s brand-new OS, which OnePlus CEO Pete Lau validated in an online forum post is not running Wear OS, but instead an RTOS-style os. Lau’s post also assures “smooth connectivity” to OnePlus headphones, phones, and televisions, and an “economical cost point.”
Smartphone leaker Ishan Agarwal has actually likewise exposed more specific details on the specifications of the OnePlus Watch declaring that it will measure in at 46mm, feature IP68 water resistance, and feature a variation of OnePlus’ Warp Charge system (promising a week of battery life off a 20-minute charge). It’ll likewise have 4GB of storage and the ability to see notifications, inbound calls, and immediately spot workouts.
Exclusive: OnePlus Watch Specifications
– Warp Charge (A week of charge in 20 minutes)
– Sleep, Stress, Blood Saturation, Heart Rate Monitoring
– Check Notifications, Calls
– Control OnePlus TELEVISION
– 4GB Storage
– Auto Workout Detection
More: https://t.co/m4Cr3ckTWR pic.twitter.com/TP75nMCmXd!.?.!— Ishan Agarwal(@ishanagarwal24)March 17, 2021 Agarwal also states that the watch will be able to track sleep, stress, blood oxygen saturation, and heart rate– which could represent the four colorful tracking bars seen on the
watchface in Unbox Therapy’s image.
OnePlus’ long-awaited first smartwatch has actually made its very first look ahead of the business’s upcoming March 23rd launch occasion, which is feeling significantly irrelevant as practically every piece of news about its brand-new item lineup drips online in bits and pieces.
Exposed fully for the very first time by Unbox Therapy, the artistically called OnePlus Watch does not appear to break too much brand-new ground when it comes to smartwatch design. Noticeable are two buttons on the ideal side of the watch (especially, there’s no scrolling crown-style wheel) on an otherwise normal-looking watch. Also of interest are what seems basic watch straps, rather of the exclusive bands that are popular amongst business like Apple and Fitbit.
, the creatively called OnePlus Watch doesn’t appear to break too much brand-new ground when it comes to smartwatch design. Visible are two buttons on the best side of the watch (especially, there’s no scrolling crown-style wheel) on an otherwise normal-looking watch.