After months of teasing, OnePlus is ready to fully unveil its first smartwatch. In addition to showing off the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro flagships, the company gave us a look at the simply named Watch.
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The Watch itself features a round, slightly curved 1.39-inch AMOLED screen in a 46mm stainless steel case. That’s relatively large, considering most smartwatches start at 38mm or 40mm models and for now OnePlus is not offering other sizes.
The company said the face is made of “specially-treated sapphire glass, with a Mohs rating of 9, for enhanced brightness and exceptional scratch resistance.” It’s also rated IP68 for dust and water resistance as well as 5ATM of water pressure.
But the most interesting feature is its charging speed. OnePlus is applying its Warp Charge technology to the wearable and promises to get you a full day’s juice in five minutes. That’s faster than most current smartwatches, which take a painfully long time to charge.
On light use, OnePlus estimates you’ll be able to get two weeks out of the Watch, while heavy use drops that runtime to seven days. Thanks to the 5-watt recharge rate though, you can get a week’s worth of energy in 20 minutes.
Like many modern fitness wearables, the Watch will be able to monitor your blood oxygen saturation, guide you through breathing exercises, alert you to abnormal heart rate and automatically detect when you’ve started running or jogging.
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The built-in GPS lets you map your routes without your phone, too. All told, it’ll offer 110 different workout options. If you have the OnePlus TV set, the Watch will also work as a remote for that device.
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