OnePlus Watch Specs Leaked: Sp02 Sensor, Warp Charge and More

The OnePlus Watch is expected to come with 46mm case size, and also offer one week’s usage time in 20 minutes of charging.


The OnePlus Watch is set to launch in India next week, alongside the OnePlus 9 series smartphones on March 23. Now, ahead of its launch, a comprehensive set of new information has surfaced pertaining to features of the OnePlus Watch. A report on the matter by PriceBaba claims that the smartwatch will come in a single watch size – 46mm. Additionally, it will feature two colour variants, and keeping in line with recent trends in the wearable devices industry, also feature an SpO2 blood oxygen monitor. A host of other features are also expected to be part of the OnePlus Watch, including Warp Charge.

OnePlus Watch expected features

As per the report, the OnePlus Watch will feature IP68 dust and water resistance. This suggests that the device will feature swim tracking as well. Standardised features such as a heart rate sensor are slated to be present, and the smartwatch will also be equipped with an SpO2 blood oxygen monitor. The presence of SpO2 sensors in wearables became commonplace in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak, which necessitated the need for constant blood oxygen monitoring. It is not clear if the OnePlus Watch would also come with software optimisations that enable it to automatically track blood oxygen levels and alert a user, in case the level falls below the acceptable levels.

Other features expected on the OnePlus Watch include automatic workout detection, multiple activity modes, automatic sleep recognition and tracking, automatic heart rate monitoring and stress tracking, on the health and wellness front. As a smartwatch, it will reportedly be able to relay notifications, make and answer phone calls and control music playback on a smartphone. At the moment, it is not clear if the OnePlus Watch will get native app support, which would further allow users to reply to notifications as well, directly from the Watch itself.

Interestingly, the report has claimed that the smartwatch will feature Warp Charge fast charging technology, which can juice up the wearable for a week’s worth of usage, in just 20 minutes of charging time. It is also expected to get a remote control feature for OnePlus TVs, and come with 4GB storage onboard. The OnePlus Watch is expected to launch in both non-LTE and LTE versions, and may get up to 20 native watch faces, if not more.