Like Samsung, OnePlus uses a round case to imitate the look of a traditional analog watch. The 46mm case is made of hand-polished stainless steel. The glass is slightly curved.
In addition to the normal version, there will be a “Cobalt Limited Edition”. The housing is made of a cobalt alloy. The material is hypoallergenic and twice as hard as stainless steel. The glass is made of sapphire crystal, for improved brightness and scratch resistance.
Up to 2 weeks of battery
The OnePlus Watch has 4 GB of memory, of which 2 GB can be used by the user. For example, it is possible to save music files on it so that you can listen to music using Bluetooth headphones while running – without having to take your smartphone with you. The battery has 402 mAh. According to OnePlus, this provides energy for one week with active use and up to 2 weeks with economical use.
The smartwatch has a rating of 5ATM and IP68. It can withstand rain and showers, but according to this rating you shouldn’t actually go swimming with it. However, it has its own training modes for swimming. In total, it offers over 110 training types and should automatically recognize training for jogging and running.
The watch has integrated GPS and a heart rate monitor. It also provides blood oxygen saturation monitoring, stress detection, breathing training, and fast heart rate alerts. The recorded workouts and body functions are managed via the OnePlus Health app.
The OnePlus Watch will be available from 159 euros. OnePlus plans to announce in the next few weeks exactly when and how much the Cobalt Limited Edition will cost.