OnePlus Working on a Nord Watch, To Begin Internal Testing Soon

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OnePlus has gone through and still going through a transition with its Nord series, the series is still relatively new in the market. The series has become one of the best sellers for OnePlus. Now, the company is looking to develop a Nord Watch for the Indian market. It is not surprising after all, the company wants to take full advantage of the buzz it has created around the Nord series. 

According to several reports, OnePlus might name the new wearable the Nord Watch. Plus, it could arrive by Q3 of 2022. The reports also suggest that the company will start internal testing the device soon. 

As per a recent TelecomTalk report, the Nord Watch recently came to light on the Bureau of Indian Standards website. On the other hand, Mukul Sharma, a renowned Indian tipster, suggested that the product will soon undergo internal testing in India. 

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Details about the upcoming Nord Watch

It is worth noting that not much is known about the Nord Watch in terms of specifications, as of now. That said, the upcoming watch could be a watered-down version of the previous year’s OnePlus Watch. It might feature the same RTOS OS that runs on the OnePlus Watch. In any case, we will have to wait a little longer for the official confirmation. 

Furthermore, the Nord Watch is the second smartwatch from OnePlus, alongside the OnePlus Watch. Though it has released another wearable called OnePlus Band. The OnePlus Watch is an expensive product starting at Rs 13,999. However, we expect the forthcoming watch to be budget-friendly. 

As for pricing, it should cost way less than Rs 10,000. It means that it will act as a direct competitor to brands like Noise, Boat, Fire Boltt, and more. 

What’s more, the device should also come equipped with other features, including heart-rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and SpO2 monitor. Unfortunately, that is all for now, we will keep you updated, stay tuned. 

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