OnePlus gears up for new smartwatch launch: Spotted on certification sites

OnePlus appears to be gearing up for the launch of a new smartwatch. Recent appearances on China’s 3C and CMIIT certification platforms have revealed a device with model number OPWW234, hinting at a successor to the OnePlus Watch 2. There’s also an outside chance this could be an OPPO watch.


Charging and connectivity upgrades

While the official name remains under wraps, the certifications shed light on some key features. Notably, the new smartwatch will support 10W fast charging, a significant improvement over its predecessor. Additionally, the device will boast a range of connectivity options, including WCDMA, TD-LTE, LTE FDD, WLAN, and Bluetooth, ensuring seamless communication and data transfer.

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The Applicant is actually Oppo as revealed by TheTechOutlook. But OnePlus is a subsidiary of that company and they are both owned by BBK Electronics. While they initially operated as separate brands, they’ve become increasingly intertwined in recent years. So it is not actually entirely clear whether this will be a watch under the OnePlus or Oppo brand.

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A upgrade of OnePlus Watch 2? Probably not.

Whichever device we get, it will build on the success of OnePlus Watch 2. Revealed in February at MWC 2024, the device packs a sleek design crafted from high-quality stainless steel with a vibrant AMOLED display. Below the hood is a powerful dual-engine architecture that optimized performance and battery life through intelligent chipset switching. There is also a comprehensive suite of health and fitness features for monitoring heart rate, blood oxygen, stress, sleep, and more. 

The device garnered attention for its impressive battery life, offering up to 100 hours in smart mode and up to 12 days in power saver mode, dual frequency GPS for enhanced location accuracy during outdoor activities, and access to a wide range of apps and services through Wear OS by Google. The only other wearOS watch that can currently match that sort of battery life is the Mobvoi Enduro range.

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Ivan Jovin

Ivan has been a tech journalist for over 7 years now, covering all kinds of technology issues. He is the guy who gets to dive deep into the latest wearable tech news.

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