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OnePlus wearable band gives 14 days of battery life, heart and SpO2 sensors

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World: OnePlus is the latest company to join the world of wearables with the OnePlus band – an affordable smart band with heart sensitivity rate and SpO2 sensors, brightness performance, long battery life, and plenty of activity modes.

The all new OnePlus Band comes with a semi small 1.1 ”AMOLED display with all in one touch controls – there are no physical pressing buttons on the device. The screen resolution is 126×294 pixels, and you get dozens of customization options. There are 37 different clock faces (five being stored on the device), and some can be further tweaked.

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The device is extremely lightweight – the tracker is 10.3 grams, the rubber band is 12.3 grams, with a total weight of just 22.6 grams. Speaking of the band, there are three options – Black, Navy, and Tangerine Gray (orange on the inside, gray on the outside), but only the first one comes in the retail box; The other two are purchased separately.

Smart Band has as many as 12 different exercise modes and a free training option for all unlisted sports and activities to boost your efforts. It is certified for 5ATM and IP68 water resistance and has Bluetooth 5.0 to connect to any Android phone (Marshmallow and above). Two pogo pins give you a dedicated (ah!) Charger, and you get some playback for your phone like music playback control and a remote camera shutter, while those who own one of the OnePlus devices also enjoy Zen mode synchronization. Can take.

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Although OnePlus did not reveal the band’s exact battery capacity, it did say that a charge could last up to two weeks. Of course, this can be a hit when certain features are switched on, including blood oxygen (SpO2) saturation tracking via infrared sensors, heart rate monitoring, and sleep trackers.

All this data can be adjusted and tracked in the new OnePlus Health app available on the Google Play App Store.

The OnePlus band is said to cost INR2,799, but the launch price is discounted to INR2,499 – up from $ 35 / € 27. The additional band is priced at INR399 ($ ​​5.50 / € 4.50), with the launch date announced in the actual market. We got a chance to test the band before launch, so we pointed to the review and read all about it.

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