OnePlus unveiled its first smartband

OnePlus unveiled its first smartband

As expected, OnePlus is jumping into the wearable market. The company reported the OnePlus Band today, a modest and happy fitness tracker headed for India.

The centerpiece is a 1.1-inch AMOLED touchscreen with a 126 x 294 goal and, as per XDA Developers, P3-wide color gamut. The processor and RAM are a secret, yet the company has uncovered the battery size — 100 mAh, which should last as long as about fourteen days on a solitary charge. (An early audit by GSM Arena fixes the battery life at seven days, notwithstanding.)

It likewise sports 1P68 residue and water opposition, which means it ought to be fine in case you’re trapped in a fleeting rain shower.

The OnePlus Band can track your means and, similar to the Apple Watch, will inform you as to whether you’ve been sitting for a really long time. It can likewise screen your exercises, with 13 “dedicated exercise modes” including yoga and running.

The Band is certainly not a medical device, yet it can likewise screen your pulse, rest and, gratitude to a SpO2 sensor, your blood oxygen levels. Fundamental data will be noticeable on the Band, however for a superior comprehension of your health, you’ll need to look at the friend Health application for Android. It associates over Bluetooth 5.0 and can likewise be utilized for essential smartwatch usefulness, for example, notices, music playback, alerts and clocks.

Unfortunately, iPhone clients are out of luck. “Spport for iOS and corresponding OnePlus Health app (for iOS) will only be available post launch,” the authority OnePlus Band page reads. In the event that that is not an issue, the Band can be gotten for 2,499 Indian Rupees (generally $34).

The removable module just comes in a single tone — black — and each client will get a dark tie as standard. It will be conceivable, however, to purchase extra strap colors independently. In the event that you live in the West, awful news: for the present, the company has no designs to dispatch the gadget outside of India.

A month ago, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau affirmed that the company would report a smartwatch in mid 2021. The maker, most popular for its ‘flagship killer’ telephones, had explored a watch previously at the end of the day dropped the venture to focus in on its core business. It’s not satisfactory if the Band is the thing that Lau was referring to, or a different declaration.

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