It’s coming: OnePlus Band has design revealed by Chinese health app


OnePlus Recently we have already seen some details of what the OnePlus Band, the first bracelet from the Chinese manufacturer, should look like. However, until now we did not know exactly what her complete look would be, which has just been revealed by the health app, OnePlus Health, showing some of the functions supported by her.

The design of the OnePlus Band was shown by OnePlus Health on Google Play, which was launched even before the bracelet was announced by the Chinese manufacturer, which certainly indicates that this moment is very close, although OnePlus itself has not yet commented on it.

OnePlus Health also reports some of the functions of the bracelet, which will allow tracking of physical activities, cardiac monitoring, sleep, calories burned, and movement with GPS. Rumors also inform that the bracelet should have an oxygen monitor SPo2, which is becoming increasingly popular in exercise monitors.

It is interesting to note, as Android Police pointed out, that the OnePlus Health app looks a lot like Oppo’s “HeyTap”, which is also used to connect and manage functions of your Chinese sister’s smartwatches and bracelets.

There is still no specific date for the announcement of the OnePlus Band, but it is very likely that it will be launched on January 11 in India, after all the manufacturer should certainly try to keep the hype around its first fitness accessory.

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Rumors say that the bracelet should have a 1.1-inch AMOLED screen and a battery that will last for up to 14 days. Sources also point to a price of approximately INR ₹ 2,499 or about R $ 175.53 in direct conversion

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