OnePlus is gearing up to launch its first-ever Nord-branded wearable, dubbed the OnePlus Nord Watch, in India soon. The landing page of the smartwatch has already gone live on OnePlus India’s website. The watch is expected to arrive by the end of this month. Ahead of the launch, a design render of the OnePlus Nord Watch has emerged online, courtesy of notable tipster Mukul Sharma. Let us take a look at what the upcoming OnePlus smartwatch looks like.
OnePlus Nord Watch Leaked Design
Sharma has shared a render of the Midnight Black colour variant of the OnePlus Nord Watch. As seen in the image above, the smartwatch features a square-shaped display with a crown on its right edge. By the looks of it, the wearable has a silicone strap. Based on the image, the OnePlus Nord Watch will come equipped with health tracking features such as heart rate sensor, step counter, and calorie counter.
OnePlus Nord Watch Specifications (Expected)
Based on previous reports, the OnePlus Nord Watch will feature a 1.78-inch AMOLED display with 368×448 pixel resolution, a 60Hz refresh rate, and 500 nits of peak brightness. The smartwatch is said to offer over 105 fitness modes and various female-centric health features. In terms of battery, the Nord Watch is expected to offer up to 10 days of backup on a single charge.
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The upcoming OnePlus Nord Watch will also reportedly feature an SpO2 tracker, an optical heart rate sensor, and a sleep tracker. The wearable might come with support for Bluetooth connectivity and a companion app known as the OnePlus N Health. As for the pricing, the smartwatch could be priced between ₹5,000 and ₹8,000. It is expected to arrive in black, white, and gold colour options.
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