The OnePlus Watch supports over 110 workout modes
The OnePlus Watch will be its OEM's first full smartwatch, although it may be as health-focused as the its inaugural Band. This is due to a new teaser from the company's CEO, Pete Lau, in which the number of sports it can track for the user is revealed.
According to Lau, it can assess and log progress in approximately 110 of these. According to a little animation included in the executive's tweet on the matter, they may including swimming and running, as well as perhaps badminton, yoga, stretching and, apparently, even shooting.
This impressive number could make the OnePlus Watch a formidable rival for many other up-to-date wearables. The device, currently portrayed as one suspiciously reminiscent of the Watch RX previously announced (and then never released) by OPPO, is also rumored to have an IP68 rating, sleep-tracking and its OEM's Warp quick-charging technology.
It is also projected to have 4GB of internal storage (whereas some others like the Galaxy Watch3 and first-gen OPPO Watch have 8GB) and a custom version of the RTOS software found in many Amazfit/Zepp Health devices. The OnePlus Watch should emerge to face these competitors on March 23, 2021.