Review OnePlus Watch – OnePlus has finally unveiled its first smartwatch, the OnePlus Watch. This device was introduced at the same time as the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro, and OnePlus ensures that the design is no less premium than the duo of its flagship smartphones.
OnePlus Watch comes with a case made of 316L stainless steel. The diameter is quite large at 46 mm, making it look more ideal in the hands of men than women. The case is 10.9 mm thick and weighs 45 grams.
The straps are easily removable, and OnePlus says the smartwatch is compatible with many standard size straps on the market. In addition to having IP68 certification, OnePlus Watch is also ready to dive to a maximum depth of 50 meters.
Because it is large, the touch screen size is automatically quite large: 1.39-inch AMOLED with a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels (326 ppi). What is surprising is the fact that this device runs the operating system made by OnePlus itself, not WearOS. OnePlus has also provided more than 50 watch faces to make it easy to customize their appearance.
OnePlus Watch can automatically detect about 110 different types of physical exercise, including activities such as running or cycling, given that it is equipped with integrated GPS.
Heart-rate monitoring and SpO2 tracking are also supported, and all data can be accessed through the OnePlus Health app. The device is equipped with a storage capacity of 4 GB, and 2 GB of which can be used to store a collection of songs so that they can be played offline. Because it also packs a microphone as well as a speaker, the OnePlus Watch can also be used to receive incoming phone calls to cellphones.
Another thing that OnePlus is very proud of is battery life. On a single charge, the OnePlus Watch is claimed to last up to about 14 days of normal use. Of course this is with the GPS record that it is not active all the time, because if so, the battery life will drop to around 25 hours.