But the look and function list is fine.
With rough generalizations, there are full-time smartwatches with one to two days of operation and smartphones running one to two weeks with a limited expandable system. For many, though, the basic feature list is enough if sports tracking and notification display are okay. The range of these is enriched by OnePlus Watch, which offers 1.39 “and 454 pixel diameter round AMOLED panels in its 316L stainless steel housing, but there is also a limited edition using cobalt.
The 46.4 x 46.4 x 10.9 millimeter watch, which alone weighs 45 grams, is made specifically for men’s wrists, with a strap that weighs up to 76 (classic) or 67 grams (cobalt edition). In return, it could hold a 402 mAh battery and target just the two-week uptime indicated above with mixed use, or 5 days with blood oxygen saturation measurement, possibly 25 hours of GPS use. Unfortunately, the charge is not Qi-based, but with the charger connected to the 2-pin POGO connector, enough oil gets into the tank in twenty minutes for seven days of use.
Above the display, a sapphire crystal protective glass rests, and with a careful fit, it also has IP68 and 5 ATM protection, thus supporting shallow-water swimming and a total of 110 sports activities. In addition to the pulse oximeter, the watch offers an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a compass, a barometer, a light meter and of course a GPS. The Watch runs an RTOS interface with a OnePlus robe, which comes with 1GB of RAM, 4GB of storage with 2GB of storage, and a WiFi modem and Bluetooth antenna.
We have a full notification display with the option to answer, a call with a microphone and speaker, and iOS support for Android, of course, the Watch will work with a OnePlus phone, which will go on sale here on April 26, for 159 euros, or 58 thousand forints. With that, clearly Amazfit GTS and the Huawei Watch GT series, we look forward to seeing what knowledge.