- OnePlus Watch release date
- OnePlus Watch price
- OnePlus Watch specs
- OnePlus Watch design and display
- OnePlus Watch features
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OnePlus Watch release date
- Early 2021 (confirmed by OnePlus)
Although OnePlus has confirmed it is indeed working on a smartwatch and it will come in ‘early 2021’, right now the exact release date is still unknown. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has tweeted back in December that the smartwatch the company is currently working on will be released in early 2021, but he didn’t specify what early 2021 meant.
Many of you said you wanted a watch, and as you might have heard over the weekend—we're making one, to be released early next year. Wishes do come true. https://t.co/H1Fqv9srXj— Pete Lau (@PeteLau) December 22, 2020
OnePlus Watch price
If OnePlus is aiming at the premium smartwatch market, the OnePlus Watch price might start at $399. However, Apple released a budget-friendly Apple Watch in 2020, the Apple Watch SE, which retails at $279. It’s possible OnePlus may also go for a lower price, following the strategy of "flagship killing" it became famous for.
However, there are no official confirmations in regards to the price, or any reputable leaks giving us hints at what the OnePlus Watch’s price will be, so we have to just wait and see.
OnePlus Watch Specs
Currently, the OPPO Watch comes in two sizes: 41mm and 44mm; has a 1.91-inch AMOLED screen, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage, and is powered by Wear OS, so we expect something similar to come in the specs sheet of the OnePlus Watch.
OnePlus Watch design and display
A sketch by OnePlus on Twitter could be seen as a confirmation of the latter: the sketch shows what could be a watch’ crown; however, the image states that this could have been, but never will be. This inclines us to consider that the OnePlus have scrapped that design and the OnePlus Watch will feature a rectangular screen.
More things are coming to the OnePlus ecosystem. It's just a matter of time pic.twitter.com/r6RIILU8AQ— OnePlus (@oneplus) October 14, 2020
Many dont seem to understand it so I clarify it. The Watch is circular.— Max Jambor (@MaxJmb) September 10, 2020
In an interview with Input magazine, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirmed that the company is working with Google on the operating system for the OnePlus Watch, meaning it will most likely run WearOS. If that turns out to be the case, hopefully the OnePlus Watch will be powered by the newer mobile wearable processor Snapdragon Wear 4100, or the Wear 3100, seen in the OPPO Watch. However, there are no leaks about that, apart from speculations.