OnePlus Nord Watch’s Design, N Health App, and More Details Revealed in the Latest Leak

The OnePlus Nord Watch is expected to be priced under Rs 10,000.

OnePlus Watch
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OnePlus entered the wearable market in India last year in India with the launch of the OnePlus Band and later on the company also launched a fully-fledged smartwatch, the OnePlus Watch. Now, while we are waiting for the Band 2 and the Watch 2 in 2022, it looks like OnePlus is planning to take a different route.

OnePlus Nord Watch moniker was spotted on the company website a few months back and the first ever wearable from the company is tipped to be priced under Rs 10,000. Under the Nord series, OnePlus launched the Nord Buds as the first ever non-smartphone product and it looks like the company is all set to launch the first smartwatch under Nord branding called the OnePlus Nord Watch.

OnePlus Nord Watch: What We Know So Far

Popular tipster Mukul Sharma has revealed a host of new information about the upcoming OnePlus Nord Watch on Twitter. Mukul has shared the screenshots from the “N Health app”, which is likely a new app different from the existing OnePlus Health application. The new app screengrabs reveal the list of connected devices (Nord) and their battery status. In the home screen section of the app, we can clearly see the Nord Watch’s design and other key stats details like daily activity, exercises, and watch face.

Based on the image, it looks like the Nord Watch will come in a rectangular dial with a side button. The smart wearable will also come with support for heart rate sensor, SpO2 sensor, sleep monitoring, and custom watch faces. As said earlier, the N Health app will be the companion app.

Furthermore, the Nord smartwatch will come with features like activity reminders, step tracking, exercise, sleep monitoring, women’s health feature, and the OnePlus Avatar, which will be announced this week. There is also mention of “exercise track (GPS)” in the screenshot, but as of now, it is not confirmed if the device will hand a built-in GPS.

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