OnePlus has its new flagship phones coming under the OnePlus 9 series that will be announced on March 23. Previously it was rumored that the company will also introduce its first-ever smartwatch along with these handsets.
Now, as per the latest information, the company has teased that a new smartwatch will be launched by the company along with the OnePlus 9 series. While it is hard to say anything about the watch despite its round dial which the company has teased via its social media account.
The reports suggest that there is also an OnePlus Watch RX which will be the rebranded version of the Oppo Watch RX. Both the OnePlus Watch and Watch RX will have the model number W501GB and W301GB respectively. These watches could run Google’s WearOS which is also not yet confirmed.
The smartwatch will come with all the essential features that a normal watch has including the heart rate monitor, sleep tracking, fitness tracking, and much more. Although, the price and sale date for this upcoming gadget are not yet revealed by the company and we’ll get more once the watch goes official.
OnePlus 9 Specifications (Expected)
Coming to smartphones, there is plenty of information available for the OnePlus phones which have been leaked previously in the leaks and rumors. As per the previously leaked info, the OnePlus 9 and the OnePlus 9 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 888 SoC, while the OnePlus 9 R/Lite will come with the Snapdragon 870 processor. It will come with the cameras in partnership with Hasselblad.
This premium range of smartphones from OnePlus will be featuring high-end functionalities including the Fluid AMOLED Display with a 120Hz refresh rate and QHD+ resolution. The Pro model will equip a curved edge display and the other two will have flat panels.
There is more to come regarding these flagships from OnePlus in the coming days and we’ll get to know more about them from the company as well as other leaks and rumors. We’ll keep you updated on this matter as soon as we receive something new.
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