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OnePlus Watch to come early next year, CEO confirms

NEW DELHI | OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has confirmed that the company is working on a smartwatch that will launch early next year. Lau tweeted a tweet late Tuesday saying, “Many of you said that you guys wanted a watch. You guys might have heard over the weekend that we’re making a watch. It was launched early next year.” Expected to happen. Wishes come true. “

Although the launch date is not explicitly mentioned. In such a situation, the OnePlus Watch is expected to come in the first quarter of next year.

OnePlus is working closely with Google to improve Wear OS. According to reports, it is believed that the OnePlus Watch will run on Google’s platform. In addition, the smartwatch is likely to feature a Snapdragon Wear system-on-chip. It may be the recently launched Snapdragon Wear 4100.

The OnePlus Watch can include many things like OLED displays and heart rate sensors, blood oxygen monitors and software-based features such as sleep pattern analysis to save battery.

In 2016, OnePlus confirmed that the company was developing a smartwatch. Lau said at a recent ‘Converge’ tech conference held in Hong Kong, “We had completed its design.”


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