OnePlus is all set to enter the wearable segment with its first fitness band in India, and now all thanks to, OnePlus Health app, we have some more information about the OnePlus Band.
The OnePlus Health is the official companion app for the upcoming OnePlus Wearables. On the first look, it’s easy to deduce that the OnePlus Health app is a lot similar to Oppo’s HeyTap Health app, and even the screenshots of the app posted on the Play Store are exactly the same as Oppo HeyTap Health app listing.
Now moving on to OnePlus Band, the OnePlus Band shown in the OnePlus Health App corroborates with previously leaked renders, and considering OnePlus’s relations with Oppo, the OnePlus Band seems to a rebranded Oppo Band.
Courtesy of XDA Developers, we also got our first look at the watch faces for OnePlus Band.
OnePlus Band Specifications
According to Ishan Agarwal, the OnePlus Band will sport a 1.1-inch AMOLED screen with a battery life of 14 days. We also expect the fitness tracker to feature 24/7 heart rate and SpO2 blood saturation monitoring along with sleep tracking. Other than this, the OnePlus Band will feature 13 exercise modes and an IP68 rating. As far as pricing is concerned, it is being rumored to cost INR 2,499 in India. The OnePlus Band will launch on January 11, as Agarwal suggested.
Wait, there’s more to it
Apart from the OnePlus Band, we also got a first look at the much-rumored OnePlus Watch, which is expected to debut later this year.
In another series of tweets, Ishan Agarwal shared the first images of the OnePlus Watch having model number W301CN, which looks quite similar to Oppo Watch RX, suggesting that this could be another rebranded product. He further suggested that the global variant of the OnePlus Watch could be having a model number W301GB.
Another tipster known as Nils Ahrensmeier suggests that the OnePlus Watch could have two variants, the OnePlus Watch and the OnePlus Watch RX, something similar to Oppo Watch and Watch RX.
We know little about the Watch, but we expect it to be powered by Snapdragon Wear 4100, running Google’s unpopular WearOS.
Here’s some of the watch faces extracted by XDA Developers from the OnePlus Health app APK.
It’s just a matter of a few days before OnePlus takes the curtain off its fitness band, and now with more leaks pouring in, it seems like OnePlus Watch is not far away too.