As it continues to expand its offerings beyond the usual flagship killer smartphones it is known for, OnePlus adds a new product in its aIoT line with their own fitness tracker. Called the OnePlus band, their debut wearable has a 1.1-inch AMOLED display that rely on touch controls and has a 126×294 resolution. You can choose from 37 watch faces, though you can only store 5 on the band itself.
Aside from the usual Black and Navy band colors, there’s a Tangerine Gray option where you get Gray on the outside and Tangerine on the inside. Both the Navy and Tangerine Gray bands are sold separately. As a fitness tracker, you get 12 excercise modes and a free training option, along with features like remote camera shutter, music playback controls, and IP68 water resistance. When paired with a OnePlus phone, you can enjoy Zen Mode synchronization.
Other tracking features include an SpO2 sensor, heart rate monitor, and sleep tracker, all of this viewable on the new OnePlus Health app.
The OnePlus Band is priced at INR 2,799(~Php 1.9k), while extra bands will cost you INR 399(~Php 300) each. OnePlus has yet to announce its availability.