Last month, we reported that the Chinese consumer electronics company, OnePlus, confirmed that it would soon launch a new OnePlus Nord Watch in the Indian markets. Then the company disclosed that the upcoming smartwatch tends to strengthen OnePlus Nord’s position in the wearables market and increase the audience for the company’s renowned technologies.
However, as we just discovered in a tweet from the popular reliable, the new OnePlus Nord Watch has been launched silently in the Indian market, and the first look of the device has been revealed online. The leaker reveals the design, specifications, and pricing of the upcoming smartwatch.
The OnePlus Nord Watch
The new OnePlus Nord Watch is a successor to the two smartwatches, the OnePlus Watch, and the OnePlus Band, launched by OnePlus in the Indian market last year.
According to the brand, the new smartwatch has a beautiful display that’s Fast and Smooth enough to keep up with your active lifestyle and is easy to read even when you’re out for a jog in the sun.
OnePlus Nord Watch Specs
As confirmed by the company, the new OnePlus Nord Watch is equipped with a 4.52cm (1.78) AMOLED display and has a 60Hz refresh rate, a maximum brightness of 500 nits, a pixel density of 326, and a resolution of 368448.
The smartwatch has over 100 interchangeable watch faces and supports Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, compatible with the N Health app available for Android and iOS. It measures 46.4×46.4×10.9mm, has over 110 fitness options, and includes a speaker and microphone.
The new smartwatch is expected to last ten days of battery life and support a 402mAh battery, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of onboard storage, Gyroscope sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Optical heart rate, and blood oxygen sensor, according to earlier reports.
Pricing and Availability
The new OnePlus Nord Watch is launched silently in the Indian market for ₹4,499 as starting price. However, the brand is offering up to ₹500 instant discounts on Asia Bank Credit or Debit Cards and EMI as launch offers. The smartwatch is available in two colors: blue and black. Follow TechGenyz for more updates.