OnePlus is all set to debut in yet another category in 2021. There have been rumors surrounding the OnePlus Watch for a while now but seems like OnePlus isn’t debuting in the wearable segment with the Watch. Instead, the first wearable product from the OnePlus is the OnePlus Band which is launching in the country on 11th January, Monday. The company has already confirmed that the upcoming OnePlus Band will offer up to 14 days of battery life. Now, the company has confirmed that SpO2 monitoring is also on board, to let users monitor their blood-oxygen levels.
Staying safe just became easier.
With the SpO2 monitor built in our newest device, you can be confident that you are healthy and at peak performance throughout the day.#SmartEverywear
— OnePlus India (@OnePlus_IN) January 8, 2021
OnePlus Band Features and Specifications
The upcoming smart band from OnePlus is said to feature a 1.1-inch touch rectangular AMOLED display with OnePlus branding. The renders of the OnePlus Band surfaced on the web last week, revealing the design and the color variants. The leaked renders suggested that the OnePlus Band will retail in Black, Blue, Silver and Orange color options. The company has already confirmed that these will feature a dual-tone design.
The micro-site on amazon.in has already confirmed that the OnePlus Band will come with water and dust resistance, so we can expect it to feature an IP68 rating. Also, amazon micro-site has confirmed that the upcoming fitness band will support the functionality to control music from the wrist.
The upcoming Band will pack a heart-rate and blood-oxygen-level monitor (also known as SpO2) sensors. Apart from it, the company has already confirmed that it will come with 13 dedicated exercise modes. OnePlus Band will use OnePlus Health as a companion app. OnePlus Health app is already listed with an Early Access tag on the Google Play Store, users can head over to this link to check out the app.
The first-ever wearable product from OnePlus might carry a price tag of around Rs. 2,500 in India. At this price point, it should compete against the likes of Mi Band 5, Honor Band 5, and Samsung Galaxy Fit e. What is your guess on the pricing of the upcoming OnePlus Band? Do let us know in the comments below.