Its array of sensors can monitor, heart rate, and blood oxygen level. It can be synched with the all-new OnePlus Health app.
Most of these features are now available on every Smart Band, making it harder for the OnePlus Band to stand out.
The OnePlus Band will go an early access sale for Red Cable Club members, from 9:00 AM IST on January 12, 2021, exclusively on OnePlus.in and the OnePlus Store app. Members can log in to their OnePlus accounts to participate in the sale.
OnePlus designed it to feature a dual colour band, with three different options available at launch: black/grey, light grey/orange and two-tone blue. OnePlus has not announced a USA launch at this time.
This can also be described as the classic OnePlus strategy and this is now being tried with the recent official OnePlus Band. The company has now officially joined the world of wearables by launching the OnePlus Band.
The fitness band comes packed with a 1.1-inch AMOLED display that offers screen resolution of 126×294 pixels.
The OnePlus Band features what the company refers to as an active design, with an IP68 (and 5ATM) rating that keeps it protected from exposure to dust and water. It packs an optical heart rate sensor, an Infrared sensor to monitor blood oxygen (SPO2), a three-axis accelerometer, and a gyroscope. It also allows you to track and analyze your sleeping patterns and combine that with the SpO2 monitoring to get a more comprehensive view of your health. The latter has become a popular feature on fitness bands these days due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A range of exercise modes will be offered including Outdoor Run, Indoor Run, Fat Burn Run, Outdoor Walk, Outdoor Cycling, Indoor Cycling, Elliptical Trainer, Rowing Machine, Cricket, Badminton, Pool Swimming, Yoga, and Free Training. Users can also control notifications, music and camera shutter through this app.
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