The bracelet comes with a 1.1-inch “AMOLED” screen that supports touch controls, without actual buttons on the device, and the screen has a resolution of 126 x 294 pixels, and includes many customization options, as there are 37 different watch faces, 5 of which are stored on the device, and can be modified Some of them.
Fits your wrist, and your pocket.
Introducing the OnePlusBand.
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— OnePlus India (@OnePlus_IN) January 11, 2021
The bracelet is characterized by its very light weight, as it is 10.3 grams and 12.3 grams for the wrist strap, making the total weight only 22.6 grams, and the strap is available in three colors; They are black, blue, and gray / orange.
The bracelet contains 12 different exercise modes, a free training option for sports activities, supports water resistance at “5ATM” and “IP68” standards, and “Bluetooth 5.0” connection to connect to any “Android” phone.
The device comes with a battery with a capacity of 100 mAh that lasts for two weeks, and the device can be charged via an included charger.
The “OnePlus Band” smart bracelet also supports the feature of measuring blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) via the infrared sensor, as well as a heart rate tracker, as well as tracking the user’s status during sleep.
All data can be modified and tracked through the new “OnePlus Health” application available on the “Google Play” application store, and the bracelet is scheduled to be launched in India from January 13th, at a price of $ 35, but the global version has not been announced distance.