Check out all new OnePlus Watch 2 review

OnePlus Watch 2

Let’s check out the new OnePlus Watch 2 reviewed as one of the best smartwatches all loaded features let’s check out its deep features and design

OnePlus Watch 2 adds in third-party app support (via Wear OS 4) and a new dual-chipset, dual-operating system

Design and build quality:

The OnePlus Watch 2 is a big watch, with the 47mm case rivaling Samsung’s 47mm Galaxy Watch 6 Classic.  OnePlus Watch 2’s elegant and durable stainless steel chassis and sapphire crystal cover look sharp and ensure your watch is a reliable travel companion. The case is brushed and polished for a classic stainless steel texture that radiates strength and longevity.

https://www.oneplus.com/us/oneplus-watch-2

Storage :

Rock out while you work out and blast music directly from your watch, with 32GB of storage and 2GB of RAM to keep Watch 2 running smoothly.

OnePlus Watch 2

Display

In that durable casing sits a 1.43-inch AMOLED panel with a 466×466-pixel resolution and adequate brightness

Processor:

The Watch 2 uses a dual-chip design, with the Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 chip handling heavier Wear OS duties and the BES2700 chip running a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) for low-power everyday tasks.

OnePlus Watch 2 review

The smartwatch has Power Saver mode that only runs RTOS on the BES2700 alone, but you’re limited to the OnePlus apps included in RTOS and limited interactions with incoming notifications, but there’s still all the fitness and sleep tracking you’d want. The 2GB of memory and 32GB of storage keep the experience fluid and a great showcase for Wear OS 4 without the battery.

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Battery life:

Coming to battery life as per company sources OnePlus claims a 100-hour battery life in Smart mode, and in my experience, the Watch 2 lasted a little close to 3 full days with always-on mode enabled for nearly 12 hours each day.

OnePlus Watch 2 Price :

At ₹24,999, the Watch 2 is priced competitively by OnePlus, The competition is also better for smaller wrists, with smaller sizes available, not to mention the lack of an LTE-enabled cellular version on the OnePlus Watch 2. Let’s check out one live sale on Flipkard and other offers

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