OnePlus Band Will be Officially Presented On January 11th

In the last few days, there has been a lot of talk about the Oneplus Band, which is the fitness band of the Chinese manufacturer. We still talk about it today, since the OnePlus Health application that will bridge the gap between smartphones and the band, was published on the Play Store. Now, the manufacturer has announced that Oneplus Band will be arriving on January 11th, that is, next Monday.

The announcement was made using the account on the social network Twitter. Obviously, the presentation will be in India, and we will have to wait to have access to the gadget in other countries. The meeting for the presentation is scheduled for the 11th of January at 11 am in India. Unfortunately, the company has not announced details on pricing and availability.

There are also photos of the product that have already appeared, and it is very similar to Xiaomi’s Mi Band 5. On the other hand, the various information about Oneplus Band has already emerged, including its price.

The fitness bracelet will have the most demanding SpO2 sensor for the assessment of oxygen saturation in the blood, permanent heart rate monitoring, and sleep monitoring. On the resource side, the bracelet will have a 1.1-inch AMOLED touch screen, IP68 water resistance, and 13 exercise modes. As for its battery, it promises autonomy for 14 days of use.

OnePlus is also expected to launch a Wear OS-based watch with more advanced features, probably called the OnePlus Watch. Both the watch and the bracelet will work with the new OnePlus health app, which has recently appeared on the Google Play Store.

Lastly, the Oneplus Band will be sold for 2499 Indian rupees (about $34). We don’t know if Oneplus Band will be marketed globally, but if so, its sale price to the public may rise slightly.

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