OnePlus Watch Allegedly Won’t Use Google’s Wear OS Platform

OnePlus Watch Allegedly Won’t Use Google’s Wear OS Platform

OnePlus, one of the technology manufacturers, attracted notice recently. This popular company is expected to introduce a smartwatch soon, but announced that Google would not opt ​​for the Wear OS operating system. On top of that, the company is expected to include its own proprietary operating system with the watch. The company launched the OnePlus Nord model earlier this year. However, the Chinese technology company OnePlus has started the production of mid-range smartphones. The Chinese company, which stands out in different areas of technology, continues its existence with OnePlus TV and OnePlus Buds. Recently, the company wanted to show their potential in different branches of technology by entering the smart watch industry.

Previously, the smart watch called OnePlus Watch appeared and came along some rumors that it would be using the Google Wear OS operating system. According to some leaks, German blogger Max Jambora, OnePlus Watch, will not use Googles Wear operating system designed for wearable devices.

OnePlus Watch Allegedly Won't Use Google's Wear OS Platform
OnePlus Watch

But this news did not come as a surprise. Because many smart watch companies use their own operating systems. Apparently, OnePlus will also be releasing an operating system designed especially for its own smart watch. On the other hand, it seems like a disadvantage that the OnePlus Watch does not have a Wear OS operating system. Because it means it will not work in sync with the Android ecosystem. In other words, OnePlus Watch owners will continue to pair their devices with their smart watches and use them in a compatible way. However, when it comes to the application side, we will see how OnePlus will manage the problems that might arise.

It is not yet known when OnePlus will launch its popular new smartwatch. According to some estimations, the smart watch will be announced with the OnePlus 9 series, which will be introduced in the first months of 2021.