OnePlus launches flagship Watch 2 powered by Google Wear OS 4 in India

The OnePlus Watch 2 launched during the Mobile World Congress and is set to retail at ₹24,999 in India

February 28, 2024 03:37 pm | Updated 04:45 pm IST

OnePlus claims the Watch 2 has a battery life of up to 100 hours in full Smart Mode [File]

OnePlus claims the Watch 2 has a battery life of up to 100 hours in full Smart Mode [File] | Photo Credit: OnePlus India

OnePlus on Monday launched its flagship Watch 2, priced at ₹24,999 and powered by the Google Wear OS 4, in India during the Mobile World Congress.

The Watch 2 has a dual chipset system, using both the Snapdragon W5 performance chipset and the BES 2700 MCU Efficiency chipset, to tackle background tasks as well as intense activity.

OnePlus claims the Watch 2 has a battery life of up to 100 hours in full Smart Mode, thanks to its 500mAh battery. When used heavily, this comes to about 48 hours. The Watch 2 can be fully charged in 60 minutes, said the company.

The OnePlus Watch 2 also comes with tracking modes for more than 100 sports and has health features including heart rate variability tracking and sleep tracking. It has GPS capabilities.

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The smartwatch comes with 2GB RAM and 32GB ROM memory, and is available in the Black Steel and Radiant Steel colour variants.

Priced at ₹24,999, the Watch 2 will be sold through Oneplus.in, the OnePlus store App, OnePlus Experience stores, Amazon.in, Flipkart.com, Myntra.com, Reliance, Croma, and other offline partner stores from March 4.

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