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OnePlus Watch Design Shown By Company: Videos

OnePlus recently confirmed that the OnePlus Watch is coming on March 23, and now the company shared plenty more info. OnePlus shared a couple of video teasers via social media, showing partial design of the OnePlus Watch. These teasers confirm that the OnePlus Watch will feature a round body, metal frame, and more.

The OnePlus Watch design shown; round body & metal frame in tow

The first teaser is shown below this paragraph. You’ll see the OnePlus Watch covered by a piece of cloth, it seems. You can clearly see that we’re looking at a round watch.

The second teaser reveals a bit more. In the video provided below, you can see the OnePlus Watch’s silicone strap, and part of its general design. This teaser gives us a closer look at the body of the watch as well, confirming the round design.

You will notice that there is a pattern on the silicone strap used here. Based on the looks of the watch in this teaser, you’ll be able to swap the default strap without a problem. Standard straps will be compatible, it seems.

Earlier today, Ishan Agarwal, a well-known tipster, shared some additional information regarding this watch. He said that the watch will be IP68 certified, and that it will not run Wear OS. Its battery life will be much better because of it.

Warp Charge will also be included

The watch will feature a 46mm body, and will support Warp Charge fast charging. A heart rate sensor will be included, and the watch will be able to track your sleep and stress levels.

You’ll be able to check your notifications via this watch, and also control the OnePlus TV. You can read more about the watch by clicking here, as you’ll uncover all information shared earlier.

The OnePlus Watch will become official on March 23, alongside the OnePlus 9 series smartphones. OnePlus will announce both OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro during the event, while the OnePlus 9R is also a possibility.

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