The confirmation came by CEO Pete Lau that the watch will come early next year.
In the upcoming year 2021, finally, OnePlus will be making a smartwatch, announced CEO Pete Lau on Twitter, marking the initial invasion into wearable gadgets for the smartphone company. Yet, there is not so much information or details revealed on the upcoming device, adding its cost, smartwatch OS it’ll run, or even launch date of the firm. What only is noted by Lau that it’ll be launched early next year.
Pete Lau stated on Twitter that a large number of users wanted to watch, and as they might have heard throughout the end of the week, we are building one, to be delivered early next year.
It’s not the first time or not a new idea of the OnePlus smartwatch; a couple of years back, the company had also reportedly created a Wear OS, which we have commonly known as Android Wear smartwatch. Finally, OnePlus nixed that product; however, they had finished the design but still chose to scrap it, stated Lau in a meeting with the Wall Street Journal, and added that they need to be focused.
In most recent years, OnePlus has begun to branch out beyond smartphones; however, besides its good quality mobile phone lineup every year, the company presently designs a budget line of Nord phones, a variety of headphones, and even smart TVs.
Given that in the past, among OnePlus and Oppo products, there’s been no lack of similarities (both companies share the massive conglomerate BBK Electronics, an owner), it’s possible that the upcoming OnePlus watch may follow the current Oppo Watch cues.
Though we at least know that the release of a OnePlus smartwatch is 2021, the initial from the company additionally comes hot closely following earlier this year’s launch of Oppo Watch, which was almost the same as the first-ever smartwatch that Oppo had designed.
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