OnePlus has revealed some details about the long-awaited OnePlus Nord Watch. For example, the manufacturer verified the presence of a 1.78-inch AMOLED screen.
This panel will even have a refresh rate of 60Hz and a maximum brightness of 500 nits. Finally, the new OnePlus wristwatch will come with more than 100 different watch faces.
Display and Design of the OnePlus Nord Watch
The OnePlus Watch is basic in a complicated sense and looks costlier than it’s. The strap on the Black model is black and has a dark gray body with a shiny finish.
We love this approach as it is easy to combine with any outfit, whether for the gym, casual, or formal.
It has a 46mm watch face with a 1.4 inch screen, making it one of the biggest smartwatches on the market. The display is framed by a curved black bezel that fits snugly and provides a comfy and smooth touch.
The display is superb, with sharp images, bright colours, and adequate brightness. The AMOLED technology below, together with the primarily black interface, gives it a slick look. The auto brightness function works perfectly.
The Watch now includes 14 workout tracking modes, with an upcoming OTA update adding to over 110. Sprinting, cycling, walking, swimming, badminton, cricket, climbing, yoga, and freestyle training are now available.
The Watch and the accompanying app can access the details of every exercise. The automatic detection functions are also excellent, as the OnePlus Watch informs you and prompts you to start monitoring.
It also includes a standard set of sensors to monitor vitals. Heart rate monitoring and SpO2 readings were both fast and accurate in our testing, with a reasonable degree of variation compared to comparable trackers.
How much will the OnePlus Nord Watch cost?
The OnePlus Watch was initially priced at ₹ 16,999. This is already quite competitive for a smartwatch, putting it in the same league as the Amazfit GTS 2 and Xiaomi Mi Watch.
We’re unsure how much lower it can go without it being more of a fitness tracker with a more prominent display. As a result, the price may remain more or less the same while the title changes to the Nord brand.
However, the Nord Watch will arrive in India between INR 5,000 to 8,000, which works out to around £50-£80, but there will be taxes involved, which could push that closer to the £100/$130 figure. .
How long does the OnePlus Nord Watch battery last?
The smartwatch display can have a refresh rate of 60Hz. The battery of the OnePlus Nord Watch is anticipated to last as long as 10 days.
The music control feature lets you control the media playing on the phone from the Watch. In addition, the integrated storage of 2GB can be utilized to save the songs locally, which lets you listen to music while you work, even if your phone is left at home.
Another feature of the OnePlus WatchOS is the ability to reply to messages. It supports common chat apps. However, the response options are painfully restricted. “OK,” “Be right there!”, “In a meeting, call you later,” and “I’m driving, contact you later” are the only possibilities.
Auto brightness, find my phone, alarms, flashlight, settings, and night mode are all accessible with a swipe down. A slide up reveals neglected alerts, while a side swipe rotates between vital metrics and audio control. Everything is quite easy to adjust to.