As rumors about the release of the OnePlus 9 series is already garnering media attention, there is expected to be an accompanying device which is the OnePlus Watch and there is a recent report about the device being leaked or rendered.
So that’s the sole purpose of this article to take a first-hand look at the device and what to expect when it finally debut – tomorrow.
With some details about the forthcoming OnePlus 9 series already being revealed by the Chinese smartphone maker, an information about the OnePlus Watch was revealed by Lewis Hilsenteger’s channel “Unbox Therapy” on Twitter.
He posted the alleged OnePlus Watch which has two buttons on its right edge and the OnePlus logo right on the top of one of the buttons.
With the look of things, the smart watch probably has silicone straps which can be seen on the render.
The device is expected to run on the RTOS platform instead of the much anticipated WearOS. This to some might be a good news or bad to others but one prominent thing is the fact that the device will offer a good battery life.
The render also showed a circular display which could measure about 46mm according to multiple reports and its said to be available in two color options such as black and silver.
While there is no information on the processor used, the smartwatch could come with 4GB of RAM. It will also have IP68 rating for dust and water resistance.
The functionalities of the device aren’t explicitly unveiled because this is just a render rather than a hands-on experience of the device.
However, previous leak has said that the wearable will offer automatic workout detection, a swimming mode, sleep tracking, heart rate monitoring, stress tracking and more.
There will be a SpO2 sensor onboard. It is said to feature a “multitude of activity tracking modes.” As for the smart features, it will allow you to make or answer phone calls, display notifications, and control music on your smartphone.
OnePlus will definitely make this another cool integration into its products ecosystem as rumors have it that the smartwatch could be use as a remote control for OnePlus TVs and is also said to support the Warp Charge technology which is able to provide a week battery life under 20 minutes of charge.
Just keep up as we’ll bring you the most interesting updates about the release of the OnePlus Watch when it finally debut later on this month.