OnePlus unveiled its first smartwatch alongside with the OnePlus9-series launch yesterday.
A quick glance at the OnePlus Watch does resembling with the Samsung Galaxy Active Watch which looks sleek and minimalist with a smooth circular watch face. It features a 1.39-inch AMOLED touch display with 454 x 454 resolution and a 46mm 316L stainless steel chassis. There are two physical buttons on the right side.
The OnePlus Watch features a complete sensors including optical heart rate with SpO2, geomagnetic, gyroscope, accelerometer and rich connectivity including Bluetooth 5.0 and GPS. There’s a 4GB of storage that can store up to 500 songs that allows you to connect to your favorite earphone to play music without the need of a smartphone.
The company rated the Watch can last up to 14-days with typical use or 25 hours of continuous exercise with GPS enabled. There are more than 110 workout modes, message notifications, built-in speaker to make voice calls. A 20 minutes quick charge can offers up to 7 days of use.
The OnePlus Watch is no using Google WearOS instead they own watch OS that similar to the HUAWEI LiteOS that uses on their HUAWEI GT Watches. No words when it will reach to Malaysia shores but the retails price for the OnePlus Watch Classic Edition will be US$ 156 (~RM 645) whereas the Cobalt Edition to be announced soon.