The imminent arrival of the OnePlus Watch 2, a high-end smartwatch, is being anticipated as OnePlus gears up for its release. This premium wearable is set to be unveiled alongside the highly anticipated OnePlus 12 flagship smartphone in the upcoming weeks.
Prior to its official launch, MySmartPrice has revealed exclusive images of the OnePlus Watch 2, in partnership with renowned tipster @OnLeaks.
The leaked images demonstrate that OnePlus is remaining faithful to its design principles. OnePlus Watch 2 renders shows a round face with a metallic frame and conveniently positioned buttons on the right side for easy navigation through the user interface. The watch is equipped with simple rubber straps, offered in timeless black and white colors. Alongside the leaked images, the report also verifies several important specifications of the device.
OnePlus Watch 2 renders leaked
The OnePlus Watch 2 renders is equipped with a 1.43-inch AMOLED screen, providing a vibrant and visually pleasing display. It is powered by the advanced Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 chipset, guaranteeing seamless and efficient performance.
In addition to its impressive technological capabilities, the watch also prioritizes health features, incorporating essential sensors beneath the display and a convenient charging connector.
Despite its impressive features, the OnePlus Watch 2 renders falls short in one crucial aspect – it continues to use its custom RTOS-based operating system. This decision may deter some potential buyers, as it could limit the Watch 2’s capabilities to that of a basic fitness tracker or smart band. In a market where many smartwatches are adopting Google’s WearOS-based systems, OnePlus faces stiff competition.
For those unfamiliar with WearOS, it is a comprehensive operating system that offers a wide range of features, including Google Assistant, Google Maps, and Google Play Store. It is compatible with both Android and iOS devices and supports numerous third-party apps. In contrast, RTOS is a lightweight operating system designed to provide a streamlined smartwatch experience while keeping costs low. It is typically used in fitness-oriented smartwatches and has limited app support.