There has been a lot of competition among smartphone manufacturers to release the most innovative and attractive smartwatch designs. These days, consumers can’t get enough of the surprisingly robust functionality of their wrist-worn screens. In 2021, OnePlus, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer, released the OnePlus Watch, its first foray into the wristwatch market. It had fantastic technical specifications and a lengthy battery life. Users were let down by the product’s software, nevertheless. Whatever the case may be, rumours suggest that OnePlus is hard at work on a follow-up wearable called the OnePlus Watch 2. A few days ago, images and details about the device’s hardware started appearing online. A reliable leaker recently revealed some additional details about the impending device.
The most recent rumours suggest that the 1.43-inch AMOLED display on the OnePlus Watch 2 will be round. It will be.04 inches taller and.04 inches wider than its forerunner. Additionally, the AMOLED screen of Watch 2 will be comparable to the display of the Nord Watch, which the business previously used. It is speculated, however, that it will be different from the original 2021 model.
The rumoured watch will be powered by a Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 processor, it has been reported. It is anticipated that the watch would include cutting-edge features. The previous model featured a 1.39-inch circular OLED display with a resolution of 454 by 454. At that time, it left a wonderful effect. However, when worn daily as a watch, it severely let users down. For instance, it had very precise step-tracking. When compared to rivals Wear OS and Samsung’s One UI, the OnePlus Watch’s own operating system came up short. Next, the company introduced the low-cost OnePlus Nord Watch. Unfortunately, not many people were able to try out the Nord watch because it was only released in India.
They are currently developing Watch 2 at the company. We’re crossing our fingers that the next one will be very different. Supposedly, Wear OS 4 will be the operating system for OnePlus’s next wearable. If verified, this would put a stop to the various criticisms levelled against OnePlus’s proprietary operating system. It would certainly be a pleasant shock. It appears that with this next wearable, OnePlus will make a strong return to the wristwatch market. How do you feel about that? Please let us know your thoughts in the comments.