OnePlus Watch debuts with 1.4" display, $159 starting price

Michail, 23 March 2021

After countless years of waiting, OnePlus has officially unveiled its first smartwatch. The predictably named OnePlus Watch boasts a sleek round stainless steel body and a 1.39-inch OLED display with 326ppi resolution. The watch comes in a single 46mm size and features sapphire glass protection. The right side also features two buttons for tactile control.

OnePlus Watch unveiled, starts at $159

For your workout needs OnePlus Watch offers tracking for over 110 sporting activities including swimming. There’s 5ATM + IP68 water and dust resistance for added reassurance. You also get the standard array of heart rate and blood oxygen saturation tracking as well as sleep and stress monitoring.

In terms of connectivity, OnePlus Watch offers built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. There’s 1GB RAM and 4GB storage (2GB of those available to the user) while the software front is covered by a proprietary RTOS with OnePlus’ Watch OS on top. You’ll be able to interact with notifications, take hands-free calls and control your music playback.

OnePlus Watch unveiled, starts at $159

The advertised battery life on the OnePlus Watch is two weeks with normal use. Being a OnePlus device you also get Warp Charge which promises a week’s usage on a 20-minute top-up. Charing is done through a proprietary 2 Pogo pin charger.

The OnePlus Watch comes in silver and black colors and retails for $159/€159/INR 16,999. First sales begin on April 14. OnePlus also teased a Cobalt Limited Edition version which has a golden hue and is set to arrive later this year.


Reader comments

Nope, I'm looking at it right now and it's €149 (40 mm version) and €169 for the 44mm version.

  • Anonymous
  • 26 Mar 2021
  • nmM

Last time I checked Galaxy Watch Active 2 was ~350€ And OnePlus Watch 160€. That's more than 2 times cheaper.

  • JG01
  • 25 Mar 2021
  • Y6K

Wont be any good if the fitness tracking is not accurate! I hope so. All the other watch are not very good on the step counting.

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