OnePlus will soon present its first connected bracelet. He will be able to measure Spo2, the oxygen saturation in the blood.
While we are still waiting for the presentation of the brand’s first connected watch, the OnePlus Watch, it is a OnePlus connected bracelet that is the subject of more and more leaks. The brand has since officially confirmed the upcoming presentation of the product and is now clarifying several points.
Presentation January 11
The official OnePlus India account announced on Twitter that the OnePlus Band would be unveiled on January 11, at 11 a.m. in India, or 6.30 a.m. in mainland France.
Introducing the new face of fitness. Staying fit has never been easier.
Dropping 11am IST | 11th January
— OnePlus India (@OnePlus_IN) January 8, 2021
For this occasion, Amazon India has set up a special page which already reveals some information about the bracelet.
Colors, connection, water resistance and SpO2
The Amazon page begins by confirming some features of the OnePlus Band, such as the integration of a rather classic heart rate sensor, but also an SpO2 sensor capable of measuring oxygen saturation in the blood. It is a relatively recent sensor for connected objects that can be found in the Apple Watch 6 or the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3.
That’s not all, the OnePlus Band should also be able to accompany you during your sports sessions with 13 different modes depending on the activities and exercises.
Amazon also announces an autonomy of 14 days for the bracelet, and the possibility of connecting very easily, we imagine above all to OnePlus smartphones. Finally on the design side, in addition to resistance to water and dust, again quite classic on the market, the page suggests a choice between more two-tone bracelet.
We should learn more about the features of the OnePlus Band during its presentation on January 11. We can easily imagine that several of these features like the SpO2 sensor should also be found in the future OnePlus Watch.
A new OnePlus Health app
To support the launch in this new sector, OnePlus has already published a OnePlus Health application on the Google Play Store. It is she who will be responsible for synchronizing with the bracelet or the connected watch of OnePlus.
Unsurprisingly, the application will be able to count your steps, retrace your route on a map, or even give you a track of your sleep.