OnePlus Watch 3 Passes by TENAA Certification


OnePlus returned to the market of wearables with the OnePlus Watch 2. The device brought a nice set of specifications and a gorgeous design, hence, it was received with quite acclaim. Now, OnePlus seems to be ready for the next big thing in this category: a OnePlus Watch 3. The new wearable is on the way and acquired certification from China’s TENAA agency.

OnePlus Watch 3 Specs Spotted in TENAA – Coming with 500mAh battery, LTE and NFC

The OnePlus Watch 3 was spotted in the important Chinese regulatory body with the OPWW234 model number. The device will keep its round display and side buttons of its predecessor. However, it will have an inscribed tachymeter bezel and an altered texture on its rubberized strap.

The listing also confirms the OnePlus Watch 3 features LTE connectivity with eSIM. It will also bring GPS, allowing users to seamlessly perform activities that need precise location data or navigation without the need for a smartphone. The wearable will also feature Wi-Fi and NFC for contactless payments. TENAA also confirms a 500mAh battery which offers the same capacity as its predecessor.

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OnePlus Watch 2

There is no word on the launch timeline for the OnePlus Watch 3. However, the fact that the phone is appearing in an important certification like TENAA can suggest a nearing release. Recent rumors emerged suggesting that OnePlus would delay the Watch 3 and OnePlus Pad 2 launch. We expect more information to come soon.

The OnePlus Watch 2 features a 1.43-inch AMOLED screen with 1000 nits brightness and 466×466 resolution. It is covered with Sapphire Crystal Glass. The wearable comes with IP68 dust/water resistance, has MIL-STD-810H compliance, and is 5ATM Waterproof. It runs with a Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 Processor aided by 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of Storage. The wearable runs with WearOS 4 and certainly will get WearOS 5 later on. We expect the next OnePlus Watch 3 to bring similar specs like the same 500 mAh battery. Overall, it should be an incremental upgrade with some refinements. We expect OnePlus to share more details later on.

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