A little over a week ago, Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus revealed the launch date for its much-awaited OnePlus 9 series. The launch event is scheduled to take place on March 23, four days from today. An upcoming smartwatch from the company was also slated to debut on that day but a Tweet from YouTube channel Unbox Therapy dampened those plans.
The YouTube channel focused on unboxing new tech products took to social media platform Twitter to unveil the complete design of the OnePlus Watch today.
The design reveal takes the life out of the official OnePlus Watch launch almost entirely thanks to spec leaks of the wearable in recent months.
Prior to today, leakers already reported almost all of the main features and highlights about the Watch. Apart from design leaks which have now been confirmed, reports also state that the device will have an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance, one-week battery life with a 20-minute charge thanks to Warp Charge support, push notifications for calls, music controls, remote controls for the OnePlus TV, and 4GB of storage.
Other alleged features include an in-house OS and not Wear OS, sleep tracking, heart rate and stress monitoring, SpO2 measurements, automatic workout detection, and a swimming mode. It is believed the smartwatch will come in a silver shade in addition to the now-confirmed black colour.