OnePlus Watch in Development Confirms Co-Founder Pete Lau.
The onePlus Watch has been a piece of the talk factory for a long while. In any case, a new gossip proposed an inconclusive deferral in the dispatch plans for the original OnePlus Watch.
OnePlus is working on the “OnePlus Watch”
Co-Founder and CEO Pete Lau has recommended in a media roundtable that OnePlus is as yet working with Google to bring its smartwatch dependent on Wear OS. The chief affirmed that advancement of a smartwatch was in progress.
He underlined that the organization was working with Google to carry enhancements to Wear OS, including a superior interoperability experience. This work could simply be what significant makers for the most part do prior to dispatching their first equipment on the lookout.
Curiously, Lau didn’t expressly make reference to any insights regarding OnePlus’ arrangements for its smartwatch. His remarks, notwithstanding, recommend that the organization’s continuous work with Google could bring about the dispatch of the new gadget in the coming future.
As quoted by Input, Lau said OnePlus was typing to improve connectivity between the Wear OS ecosystem, Android TV, and Android smartphones to bring better device interoperability across devices.
“This has been something looked at very positively from Google’s side as well, so this is the direction that we’re trying to develop,” he said.
Interestingly, Lau didn’t explicitly mention any details about OnePlus’ plans for its smartwatch. His comments, however, suggest that the company’s ongoing work with Google could result in the launch of the new device in the coming future.
OnePlus provided a clarification to 9to5Google on the Input report which stated that the company’s smartwatch was not confirmed to be running Wear OS.
Pete Lau didn’t directly link work on Wear OS with Google to the development of a smartwatch, but it certainly appears a possibility that the OnePlus Watch will run Wear OS by Google.
Tipster Max Jambor recently claimed that the OnePlus Watch launch plans had been delayed indefinitely.