Curved with a minimal design, the OnePlus Watch comes at an introductory price of Rs 14,999 with two colour options of silver and black alongside a Cobalt limited edition.
A 1.39 inch AMOLED display, the OnePlus Watch has 50 watch faces and an option where you can take a photo from your phone and personalize it as the watch face. Coming with detachable straps, this device has an array of sensors like heart rate sensor, blood oxygen sensor, acceleration sensor, geomagnetic sensor, air pressure sensor and GPS.
With more than 110 workout modes, just like other smartwatches, OnePlus lets you check messages, take calls, control music and more when your hands are full. This watch can connect to the OnePlus TV and act as a TV remote but if it’s receiving a call, it’ll lower the volume automatically. The watch can also detect that the person has fallen asleep and turns off the TV after 30 minutes.
In terms of battery, the OnePlus Watch is touted to last for up to two weeks on regular usage and a week’s battery life for heavy users, all if this with just a 20 minutes charge. Under the hood, it has 4GB storage and runs on RTOS-based OS while checking health data on OnePlus Health app.
We know the tiny heart attacks when you drop your watch.
— OnePlus India (@OnePlus_IN) March 25, 2021