Following the rumors and leaks since the mid-2020, OnePlus finally confirmed to dispatch its smartwatch alongside the OnePlus 9 lead series on March 23. Presently, prior reports proposed that the OnePlus Watch probably won’t run on Google’s Wear OS platform. In accordance with these tales, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has affirmed today that the OnePlus Watch won’t run on Wear OS.
In a previous report, we saw insider Max Jambor report that OnePlus is developing a custom OS for its first-ever smartwatch. Lau confirmed this in a reaction to a fan question on the organization’s local area gathering.
A client on the gathering brought up the issue of whether the OnePlus Watch will “run Wear OS or is OnePlus wanting to do a custom OS for its watch like Samsung did Tizen OS for their watches?”
Answering to this inquiry, Lau affirmed that the OnePlus Watch will be running a “smart wear working framework created dependent on RTOS.” This, on the off chance that you didn’t have the foggiest idea, implies that the Watch will be running on a still-anonymous “constant working framework” rather of Google’s Wear OS.
The organization decided to go with a custom OS for its first smartwatch to give clients a “smooth and solid experience while offering an extraordinary battery life,” adds the CEO. That is one of the biggest “pain focuses for a smartwatch wearer” and OnePlus needs to tackle this weakness with its forthcoming wearable.
In this way, basically, the OnePlus Watch won’t run on Google’s Wear OS stage because of its exhibition traps. In any case, it will be intriguing to perceive how the watch handles the issue of application similarity. We will become familiar with about it at the authority dispatch later one week from now.