OnePlus will at long last be making a smartwatch in 2021, CEO Pete Lau has declared on Twitter, denoting the first foray into wearable gadgets for the cell phone organization. There’s very few details yet on the forthcoming gadget, including what smartwatch OS it’ll run, a cost, or even a firm release date — Lau just notes that it’ll be “released early next year.”
The idea of an OnePlus smartwatch is definitely not another one; the organization had purportedly planned a Wear OS (at that point actually called Android Wear) smartwatch a couple of years back. OnePlus eventually nixed that product, however” “We had completed the design but we still decided to scrap it,” Lau said in a meeting with the Wall Street Journal. “We have to be focused.”
OnePlus has begun to fan out past phones in recent years, however: notwithstanding its high-end cell phone lineup every year, the organization currently makes a variety of earphones, a budget line of Nord phones, and even smart TVs.
The launch of an OnePlus smartwatch in 2021 — the first from the organization — additionally comes hot closely following the release of the Oppo Watch recently, which was comparative the first-ever smartwatch that Oppo had made. Given that there’s been no deficiency of likenesses in the past between Oppo and OnePlus products (the two organizations share an owner, the huge combination BBK Electronics), it’s conceivable that the forthcoming OnePlus watch may follow the current Oppo Watch.