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OnePlus Watch 2 review: Amazing Wear OS battery life, annoying software issues

OnePlus Watch 2 review: Amazing Wear OS battery life, annoying software issues

OnePlus ventured into a lot of new segments over the last 18 months, and while there were teething issues along the way, the products in question have all been great. The OnePlus Open in particular continues to be a magnificent foldable, and the Pad and Pad Go are decent mid-range tablets that deliver a good value.

The missing piece of the puzzle is wearables, and OnePlus has a chequered history in this area. The manufacturer rolled out the OnePlus Band at the start of 2021, and it was just a rebranded OPPO Band with limited software features and poor battery longevity. The OnePlus Watch launched a few months down the line, and it too was half-baked — it didn’t have any third-party app integration, the software was laughably bad at launch, and it didn’t have basic features.

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