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India on Monday hinted on Twitter that the company might have a
wearable in the works -- a first for the company. The tweet linked out to Amazon India, which says the device will have sleep and heart rate tracking technology. The news was noted earlier by The Verge.
"This year, we are here to help you achieve all your fitness goals and make your life easier," the tweet said.
CNET reached out to OnePlus for more information, and we'll update when we hear back.
Tipsters have also tweeted rumors about the potential new device. Ishan Agarwal speculates that the new device is a fitness band, which will launch on Jan. 11 in India. Agarwal thinks the band -- in addition to sleep and heart rate tracking -- will have an AMOLED touch display, an IP68 rating, 13 exercise modes and up to two weeks of battery life. Last month, tipster Mukul Sharma tweeted a photo of what the band might look like.