Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus on Monday launched its first wearable device–the OnePlus Band at a price of Rs 2,499(US$34.12)
The OnePlus band comes with an array of features including blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitoring and 13 exercise modes that include Yoga and Cricket, along with watch faces and dual-colored strap options. The band is also dust and water-resistant with IP68 and 5ATM ratings.
The smart band and fitness tracker comes with an AMOLED color display with adjustable brightness and will come out-of-the-box with a Black strap as standard, while Navy and Tangerine Gray options will be available for purchase separately.
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The OnePlus Band can also be used to receive notifications, control music, the camera shutter, and view incoming calls on-the-go, while the OnePlus Health app seamlessly integrated the band with users’ smartphones.
The OnePlus Band boasts of 14-days battery life on a single charge and it is powered by a 100mAh battery.
“The OnePlus Band is the youngest addition to our portfolio and we are excited to bring our first-ever wearable product to our community. It embodies our burdenless design philosophy while offering the latest technology to our users.. we are positive that the OnePlus Band will prove to be a truly remarkable smart addition for our community.”, said Founder, and CEO of OnePlus, Pete Lau.
The OnePlus Band will be available for purchase via an early access sale for Red Cable Club members, from 9 AM IST on January 12, 2021, exclusively on OnePlus.
Open sale for the OnePlus Band will commence on January 13 2021 across OnePlus.in, OnePlus Store App, Amazon.in, Flipkart.com, OnePlus exclusive offline stores, and partner outlets.
OnePlus Band will be available at Rs 2,499 while the Tangerine Gray and Navy dual-colored straps will be available separately at Rs 399 each.https://telecom.economictimes.indiatimes.com