OnePlus Watch 2 Design Officially Teased, Launch Date Speculated

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OnePlus teased the launch of the OnePlus Watch 2 with a cryptic caption, hinting at a slight departure from its predecessor, the OnePlus Watch launched back in 2021. 

Additionally, tipster Max Jambor suggests that the OnePlus Watch 2 is slated to launch on February 26th, aligning with the upcoming MWC 2024 event.

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What did the teaser reveal about the OnePlus 2?

The company has started hinting about its next-generation smartwatch – the Watch 2 with a teaser image and the text “It’s time, to do it right”. What’s more interesting though is the peek into its design with a circular panel and what looks to be a crown and a button.

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OnePlus didn’t reveal anything else about the Watch 2, but on the company’s community forum, the same teaser image was shared, inviting speculation from users.

Interestingly, only incorrect guesses are being acknowledged, with a deadline for submissions set for Feb 26th at 17:00 IST, hinting at a potential launch time for the Watch 2. 

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Moreover, the contest is open to participants from India, North America, and Europe, indicating the expected availability of the OnePlus Watch 2 in these markets.

Are there leaks on the OnePlus Watch 2?

The teaser photo seems to corroborate previous renders of the Watch 2, well at least the right-hand side which houses the crown and button, and the circular display design.

As for the expected features, it is said to have health-tracking sensors, a 1.43-inch AMOLED display, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 SoC, possibly with GPS and 5ATM+ IP68 dust and water resistance.

However, there is speculation about whether the watch will run on a custom RTOS or WearOS, a detail that will be confirmed upon the official unveiling.

The OnePlus Watch 2 is expected to launch on February 26 and may be seen during the MWC 2024 event.


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