updated 06:58 am EDT, Fri August 1, 2014
Design sketches, website render of OneWatch hint at OnePlus smartwatch design
OnePlus, the manufacturers of the CyanogenMod-based OnePlus One smartphone, may be making its own smartwatch. Leaked images suggest the company is working on a round-faced smartwatch in a similar vein to Motorola's Moto 360, with a screenshot of the OnePlus website seemingly suggesting the OneWatch will be launching sometime in the near future.
Neither the website image nor the design sketches revealed by BGR offer too much detail, with the former showing a render of the rear of the watch, but it does hint at a number of items. The OneWatch is said to have a round OLED screen with sapphire glass, a single configurable button suggesting touchscreen controls, titanium borders, QI wireless charging, and a leather strap housing a curved battery.
It is unclear whether it will be an Android Wear device, or if OnePlus will use its own custom software solution. A release date and price also remain unknown.