Look At OnePlus Watch Review
OnePlus Watch price in India
The OnePlus Watch is priced at Rs. 14,999 in India. There will also soon be a OnePlus Watch Cobalt Limited Edition, which is likely expecting to be priced higher but there is no official launch date yet to be announced. While the internals of these two variants are the same, the exteriors will be different in a few ways that I’ll elaborate on later.
OnePlus Watch design
Most smartwatches are available with either of two dial shapes, a square or a circle. While the square (or “squircle”) shape has been familiarize by the Apple Watch, there are people who prefer a circular dial since it resembles a traditional watch. OnePlus has chosen the latter, and the result is a big 46mm circular dial set in a case that is made out of stainless steel. The case looks and feels premium and is available in two colour finishes, Midnight Black and Moonlight Silver.
The OnePlus Watch has a 1.39-inch AMOLED display and thin bezels that were hard to spot on my Midnight Black unit. There is 2.5D curved glass on top of the display, which rises slightly above the rim of the case. The overall design looks clean and there are two buttons on the right side. The button on top has OnePlus engraved on it while the other is plain.
The OnePlus Watch can track workouts, heart rate, stress, SpO2, and sleep. To check the accuracy of the heart-rate sensor I compared its readings against those of an Apple Watch SE. I found the heart rate readings to be almost the same on both devices most of the time. However, heart rate tracking accuracy was inconsistent while working out.
To test step tracking accuracy, I counted 1,000 steps as I walked, but the OnePlus Watch underreported this as 930 steps. I also wore the OnePlus Watch along with the Apple Watch SE (Review) to track my activity for the entire day. The Apple Watch measured 2,056 steps while the OnePlus Watch measured 1,532 steps on the same day.
For SpO2 tracking, I tested the OnePlus Watch against a Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and got the same readings. I usually got SpO2 readings between 96 percent and -98 percent, which is within the right range for a healthy individual.
Sleep tracking was accurate on the OnePlus Watch and matched with what the Apple Watch SE was able to record. In the OnePlus Health app, you get a breakdown for Deep sleep, Light Sleep, and Awake durations. It also shows information about the ideal duration of each sleeping phase. Another feature that the OnePlus Watch has is SpO2 tracking during sleep. This feature is disabled by default since it’s heavy on the battery.