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|Standard för trådlös kommunikation||Bluetooth|
|Typ av anslutning||Bluetooth|
|Trådlös operatör||Go Mobile|
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- Alltid redo tack vare Warp Charge - full laddning ger upp till 14 dagar och ström i en vecka finns på 20 minuter
- En klocka, över 110 träningstyper – för alla som gillar att röra sig, ger satellitpositionering snabba och exakta data när du går och springer – vid varje steg
- Sömlös anslutning – tack vare Bluetooth 5.0 och kraftfulla samtalsfunktioner får du veta om inkommande samtal
- Musik utan smartphone - låt musiken springa vild med 4 GB lagringsutrymme för alla dina favoritbeats
- Mer än en vacker yta – ljus och skugga flyter runt kanten av den utsökta 46 mm klockan och fångar flödet av tid
- Batterier : 1 Litiumjon Batterier krävs. (inkluderat)
- Produktens mått : 4.64 x 4.64 x 1.09 cm; 101.6 Gram
- Tillverkare : OnePlus
- ASIN : B08WS4BX1Z
- Artikelnummer : 6921815612933
- Ursprungsland : Kina
- Avdelning : Unisex vuxna
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OnePlus Watch | Smart Everywear | Upp till 14 dagars batteritid och Warp Charge | 110+ typer av övningar | Bluetooth 5.0 | Vattentäthet 5ATM + IP68.
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Nice hardware, rubbish software. There is completrely no point in a smartwatch which can’t even measure the distance walked, run or cycled accurately. The OnePlus health app on my OnePlus 8 pro phone shows I have walked 3.62 km on my regular morning circuit whilst my new OnePlus watch shows 2.99 km. My wife’s Apple 6 watch shows 3.64 km.
How can this be acceptable? Also the advertised 110 fitness workouts is actually 14. Notifications are rudimentary and the lack of independent apps makes the basic (and poorly realised) ones on the watch an insult.
The lack of wireless charging is annoying and is just highlighted by the excellent battery life.
How any company can sell such a flawed product is beyond me especially when their phones are so good.
Edit: I have now had the watch for 8 days and have been recording the distance measured on the watch versus the phone app and my wife’s Apple watch. It is consistently underestimating the distance by 21%. The phone app and Apple watch are within 2% of each other!
Edit: I have now worn and used this watch for several weeks and have no reason to increase my star rating. There have been 2 software upgrades since I bought the watch which have failed to increase the accuracy of estimating the distance walked or run. It consistently underestimates the our regular morning walk of around 4.5K by between 12 & 22% while the OnePlus health app consistently gives the same and correct distance so I might as well have installed the app and forgotten the watch! Notifications seem random. The only really positive features are the ability to use your own photos for the watch face and the good battery life (though I am getting 7 days rather than the 14 advertised with pretty light use.
Has anyone managed to get accurate distances because if so I would assume my watch is faulty and I would return to OnePlus.
Further edit: received third software update on 13/07/21 and was hopeful that at last the watch would accurately record distance walked Sadly the watch is still underestimating my morning walk of 4Km by 12-15% (as compared to OnePlus’s own health app on my phone and my wife’s Apple series 6 watch. Not only that but it’s underestimate is inconsistent, varying from 12 -16% making it impossible to merely apply a correction factor.
Really the only consistently good things about this watch are its looks and its battery life.
Time to abandon it and try another make?
My previous smatwatch was the Huawei Watch 2 GT LTE so this review is in comparison to that; my only other smartwatch experience.
Having started with a 31mm viewable screen, the initial unpacking experience was a wow! The case is a more mechanical watch feeling 46.5mm with a display of just over 38mm. That's a 22% area increase and really noticeable/welcome. I have the chrome version with the moon grey strap. Again, a welcome change from the all black Huawei Watch 2.
Another big hardware aesthetic that I personally prefer is the lack of bezel. The Huawei Watch 2 has a bezel raised from the display which is normally a way to protect a cheap display covering and detracts from that tradional watch feeling. The OnePlus has no bezel which makes me think the display should be quite tough. Not mineral christal, swiss made tough but perhaps Gorilla Glass tough.
I have a OnePlus phone so that guided my choice in large part. For me the big feature was battery life, claimed at nearly two weeks. I hope I am a savvy electronics consumer and as such downplayed that as a very best case scenarion. I mused that the Huawei Watch 2 needed to be charged roughly every 24 hours so even if the OnePlus lasted 3 days it'd be a massive increase on what I was used to. I immediately turned everything up to full; brightness, permanently on display, the longest active display time (8 secs), with a minimal but tradional watch face and loaded the latest OTA updates. I am a little agog that the battery lasted almost a full 7 days. During that time it has recorded around 25Km of walking and 30Km of cycling as workouts during which, pretty much every sensor ws active; GPS, accelerometer, compass, heart rate monitor etc so without doubt it could be extended another day or so with some judicious tinkering.
All the sensor appear to be well calibrated. Given the choice of global positioning systems the watch will communicate with it shouldn't be a surprise that it's as accurate as can be expected on that front. I have never taken heart rate monitors on watches too seriously (I have had a few dedicated fitness watches), but when I compared the OnePlus watch to a chest strap monitor for cycling I was impressed to find them pretty much identical at the end of a ride as I came back to resting heart rate.
Even the compass is pretty good seeming to be about 1 degree off of a conventional magnetic NSEW pointer. You wouldn't trust it to find an oasis in a desert but on a cloudy day in Blighty it's fine to walk the right way to coast.
The included apps are very functional and on the whole, intuitive to use with funky things like camera remote control & TV Connect. The Snapdragon Wearable processor is a huge step up on the Huawei. Absolutely no lag between sreen touch and app ignition giving a much more 'connected' feel.
The charging technology is the OnePlus patented Warp. I was hugely impressed with my phone charging from dead to 100% in 1hr10mins and am happy to be equally impressed with the watch beating this time handily acheiving the same feat in just 50 minutes. A full 24 hours wear requires less than 10 minutes of charge time. Quite something compared to the Huawei which took a knuckle dragging 1.5 hours for the same wear time.
Here's where the fundamental change in tech comes in to this 'ere comparison. The Huawei Watch 2 used Android Wear as it's OS. OnePLus seem to have developed their own OS as Samsung did with Tizen. As such the OnePlus OS feels tightly developed (good) for what is currently there (not so good). I would hesitate to call it a work in progress as that's not entirely fair, but there are some notable shortcomings (and I say this with some surprise) compared to Android Wear:-
The messaging delivery system is a little clunky and short on funtionality. It displays your messages as they come in to your phone but unlike Android Wear, it doesn't give you semi-intelligent option for one press response. You can only dismiss and respond on your phone. There is no 'swipe left' option to selectively dismiss messages either. You can currently, only dismiss all messages stored so as a result, your phone needs to be to hand rather than just in the general vicinity. If youhve several email addresses being monitored on you phone it gets alittle confusing as to how to view them seperately. A great feature on messaging is the ability to choose which apps are permitted to give you messages from the OnePlus Android Phone app so you don't get cluttered.
I never looked up the absolute wifi hardware specifics for the Huawei Watch but what I do know is that it used WiFi & bluetooth whereas the the OnePlus seems to be only bluetooth. I find this matters at home particuarly because Android Wear confirms permissions to utilise the WiFi access points registered on your phone so that is can communicate with your phone not just in the room over bluetooth but over your entire home wherever you have WiFi access. For me that was great outside whilst gardening/DIYing and is greatly missed.
There's no app store! You have to wait for firmware updates from OnePlus.
As it's not Android Wear, you have to use the OnePlus Health app on your Android phone. That said, although I haven't used it much yet it looks to be quite indepth and very capable giving meaningful stats for each workout, collective stats for workout types (which is why I know I walked 25k and cycled 30k last week) as well as displaying maps of your recorded routes and providing useful watch settings control.
I would have liked more adjustment ability on the active display time. The accelerometer accurately senses that you have lifted your wrist to look at the watch face and activates the display, but the maximum settable active time is the aforementioned 8 seconds. This makes it feel like you have to keep touching the screen just in case it deactivates in the middle of taking in information. This is particularly noticeable when out in sunshine and you want to see how far you've travelled on your workout. There's a lot of info to take in but by the time you've got your sunglasses out of the way, you only have about 5 seconds of active screen left. I know that battery life is a big issue for manufacturers but this should be more flexible for the user.
Overall I find really like this watch and I am pleased with the purchase. Where it is better than the Huawei Watch 2 it feels light years better. But I find myself missing the few things it comes up short on compared to Huawei and Android Wear. I hope OnePlus have future development plans for OS to address these small issues which can be uploaded to the existing hardware.
It is great value for money using top end components (as are and do their phones) but it's telling that I won't be getting rid of my old Huawei Watch 2 just yet.
Closer to 4 stars than 3 in my humble.
(Always on display and workouts) I have a OnePlus 9 phone and this watch works seamlessly with it. I would say that I would only purchase this watch if you own a OnePlus phone as I am not sure how good it would function with other types. Anyway this is an excellent Smart watch.👍
Will continue with the testing and will post a further update.
Granskad i Storbritannien den 5 juli 2021
Will continue with the testing and will post a further update.
However the app links to Google Fit so you don't lose your history if you're switching brands, and you can manually add your weight through GFit.
The battery life at the moment is at least a week, and it charges in the time it takes to wash up or shower.
The screen is bright and colourful, the notification tone is clear and loud (if you want it to be) and the speaker is good if you make calls or listen to music.
The Bluetooth connection seems to be a bit spotty at times. Sometime I can be upstairs away from my phone and it stays connected, other times I can be outside the car whilst my phone is inside the car and it disconnects. I've never had an issue whilst the phone and the watch are together so I'm assuming it's a problem to do with the obstacles for the Bluetooth rather than the watch.
I have slightly small wrists, and the strap that came with the watch is way too big even on the smallest hole. I have changed the strap a few times now and every time it's easy and simple thanks to the quick release on the strap.