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Friday, 01 August 2014 13:56

OnePlus working on a titanium and sapphire smartwatch

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The OnePlus OneWatch coming

Motorola might definitely be onto something with its round Moto 360 smartwatch design as the recent patents from Samsung, regarding three round smartwatch design and this fresh leak from OnePlus suggesting that this is the way that companies are going with smartwatch designs in future.

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BGR.com managed to snatch a couple of pictures suggesting that OnePlus might be working on a round smartwatch called the OneWatch, which will feature a titanium chassis, sapphire glass protecting round OLED screen a curved battery with support for Qi wireless charging. Unlike the Moto 360, which has a small panel at the bottom of the screen, OneWatch will feature a full screen.

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Unfortunately, other than pictures showing the design, there is no information regarding the screen resolution or any other specifications whatsoever. The OneWatch will most likely run on a tweaked version of the CyanogenMod OS since Google does not allow any customization regarding the Android Wear platform, at least not yet.

While the latest One smartphone might have stirred a lot of attention with its low price, the OneWatch might be a different story, especially when the titanium casing and sapphire glass are a part of it.

In any case, we will hopefully hear more about the OneWatch pretty soon.

 

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