The new fitness Band features a 1.1-inch AMOLED panel with 126×294 pixel resolution with touch controls.
The OnePlus Band is available in two different color variants (extra): Tangerine Gray and Navy color. Interestingly, the OnePlus fitness band's price at par with the Mi Band 5. It will be available starting January 13 on Amazon, Flipkart, and OnePlus' official website. It boasts a dynamic AMOLED colour display with adjustable brightness.
OnePlus has also released an app, OnePlus Health, that will allow you to connect your band to your phone and monitor your activities, heart rate, blood oxygen saturation and sleep levels. It also has a three-axis accelerometer and gyroscope. These consist of indoor and outdoor running, indoor and outdoor walking, indoor and outdoor cycling, elliptical trainer, row machine trainer, swimming, yoga, badminton and cricket. The page also confirms that the OnePlus Band will come with a real-time heart rate tracker. The OnePlus Band features an optical heart rate sensor and a blood oxygen monitor. The app is not medically approved and does not flaunt any certification. Simply called the OnePlus Band, the device resembles other trackers that fall into the wristband category with a tall screen and silicon strap.
The all-new OnePlus Health app seamlessly integrates the new band with users' smartphones. For connectivity, it comes with support for Bluetooth 5.0 LE.
Besides this, the OnePlus Band, much like all others in the same segment, is capable of doing everything a basic fitness device should do - mirror notifications, control music, and act as a remote camera button. When connected to OnePlus phones it can be put to Zen Mode synchronisations, exclusive to the brand to reduce functionality without missing out on alerts. You can wear it all day long without any irritation as it weighs only 22.6 grams and measures 40.4 x 17.6 x 11.95mm.
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