OnePlus today made its initial foray into the wearable space with the dispatch of another fitness tracker in India. Named the OnePlus Band, this new fitness tracker takes on the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 with an alluring arrangement of highlights, including a splendid shading show, as long as about fourteen days of battery life, a SpO2 sensor, 24-hour pulse checking, and that’s just the beginning.

Much like Xiaomi’s offering, the OnePlus Band includes a 1.1-inch shading AMOLED show with silicone ties. The screen has a goal of 126 x 294 pixels and offers 100% inclusion of the P3 wide shading extent. As far as sensors, the OnePlus Band is furnished with an optical pulse sensor, 3-Axis Accelerometer, Gyroscope, and a Spo2 sensor.

With these sensors available to its, the Band can tally your means and calories consumed, screen your pulse, track rest, and measure blood oxygen levels. 13 exercise modes are upheld, including open air run, indoor run, Fat Burn Run, outside walk, cycling, paddling, swimming, Yoga and Cricket.

Other prominent highlights of the OnePlus Band incorporate notifications uphold, music playback controls, Zen Mode synchronization with select OnePlus telephones, Find My Phone, and the capacity to quiet or reject approaching calls. The tracker is IP68 confirmed for residue and water-opposition, so it tends to be utilized during serious preparing and swimming meetings too.

The OnePlus Band works on Bluetooth 5.0 (Low Energy) and packs a 100 mAh battery that is professed to last as long as 14 days on a solitary charge. The charging is done through a USB-A-powered dongle, and the great part is that you don’t need to remove the container from the straps.

The band should be combined with the buddy OnePlus Health application, which you can download on any cell phone running Android 6.0 or more. Other than offering a point by point breakdown of different information gathered from the tracker, the application additionally lets you tweak watchfaces and control different highlights.

Pricing and Availability

The Band comes in three tones: Black, Navy, and Tangerine Gray. It’s evaluated at ₹2,499 (~$34) and will go on sale beginning January 13, 2021, from Amazon India, Flipkart, and OnePlus India’s site, and disconnected areas.

The Tangerine Gray and Navy double shaded straps will be sold independently for ₹399 each. Early access deal for Red Cable Club individuals starts January 12, 2021, at 9 am IST.

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