OnePlus launched its newest wearable alongside the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro on 23 March. It’s the brand’s first smartwatch, having only launched the OnePlus Band fitness tracker previously.
The OnePlus Watch features a 1.39in circular AMOLED display and costs under £200, but features like blood oxygen monitoring, stress detection, and breathing training undoubtedly position the wearable against heavyweights like the Apple Watch 6 and Fitbit Versa 3.
You can also expect support for over 110 workout modes and automatic workout detection, along with heart rate, distance, calorie, speed, and swim efficiency tracking (SWOLF) via the OnePlus Health app. With 2GB of usable storage (4GB in total), the Watch can also store up to 500 songs while Bluetooth support allows wireless listening.
OnePlus promises its wearable will “seamless connectivity” in the OnePlus ecosystem – whether that’s syncing with your OnePlus phone, OnePlus audio devices, or OnePlus TVs. The 402mAh battery should offer two weeks of use as well, while a 20-minute fast charge should restore a drained battery for another week of use.
Here’s everything there is to know about the OnePlus Watch, including the full spec sheet.
The OnePlus Watch will be available to pre-order on 14 April. We’re looking at where you can pick it up, along with all pricing information right here.
Where to buy the OnePlus Watch
How much does the OnePlus Watch cost?
The OnePlus Watch costs £149/US$159/€159. It’s available in two styles though the internal specs remain the same. The Classic option comes in a stainless steel casing, while the limited-edition Cobalt option comes in a cobalt alloy casing.
You can also choose from two band colours on the Classic option, Midnight Black or Moonlight Silver, while the Cobalt option comes with a leather strap and butterfly buckle.
To see what competition the OnePlus Watch is up against, see our round-up of the best smartwatches.
We’re separately looking at where to buy the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro phones here.