The OnePlus Watch is coming on Tuesday, March 23. Specs and features of the smartwatch have appeared in leaks as well as from official sources. Today, new info has been revealed, this time from OnePlus’s CEO, Pete Lau.
In a tweet posted earlier today, the founder revealed that the OnePlus Watch has more than 110 work-out modes. The tweet also includes a short animated video that shows some of the work-out modes such as walking, swimming, cycling, running, cricket, badminton, weightlifting, ballet, free training, and shooting.
It is not unusual to see a high number of supported sports modes on smartwatches these days. Smartwatches such as the Amazfit GTS 2, Amazfit GTR 2, the Huawei Watch Fit, and Honor Watch ES all have sports modes that number over 80.
The OnePlus Watch has a 46mm round dial with two buttons on the side. Along with having support for several work-out modes, the watch will also have a heart rate monitor, a SpO2 sensor, and sleep tracking. It will also be able to answer phone calls, display notifications, control media playback, and work as a remote for OnePlus TVs.
OnePlus will ship the watch with a custom-made operating system based on RTOS. It has also been reported that the smartwatch will have 4GB of internal storage, an IP68 rating, and support for fast charging.
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