OnePlus Band is set to launch in India today during a virtual event. This means the fitness band will be able to measure your blood oxygen level. OnePlus will also separately sell wrist straps for the OnePlus Band in Navy and Tangerine Gray colours at Rs. 399 each. For fitness and health enthusiasts, the OnePlus Band works with a new OnePlus Health app that allows users to track their daily activities, heart rate, and sleep data. The band features a 1.1-inch AMOLED touchscreen with a 294 x 126-pixel resolution. Priced aggressively, the first fitness tracker from OnePlus comes with a decent display, a long-lasting battery, and various health and fitness tracking features. Users can customize the appearance of the OnePlus Band by using different UI wallpapers. It will compete against the likes of Xiaomi Mi Band 5, Honor Band 5, etc.
Open sale for the OnePlus Band will begin January 13 across OnePlus.in, OnePlus Store App, Amazon.in, Flipkart.com, OnePlus exclusive offline stores and partner outlets. It comes with an array of sensors that includes a blood oxygen sensor, three-axis accelerometer and gyroscope, and an optical heart-rate sensor.
Similar to other fitness bands of its segment, the OnePlus Band comes with IP68 certification and 5ATM water-resistant rating. Users can also control their music and camera shutter through the app.
The listing also confirms that the OnePlus Band will come in three colour options with a dual-tone finish.
The OnePlus Band comes with a 100mAh battery which can last up to 14 days on a full charge, the company said.
It will be available for early access sale on 12th January, enabling Red Cable Club members to first get their hands on this fitness band. The fitness band can be charged using a USB-A wired charging dongle. You will need to pull out the pill from the strap and place it in the charging cradle to charge the fitness band.
The band supports 13 sports modes, including Outdoor running, Outdoor cycling, Outdoor walking, Indoor Cycling, Indoor running, Fat loss running, Free training, Badminton, Cricket, Swimming, Yoga, Elliptical machine, and weight training.