The site posted screenshots, purported to be from an anonymous tipster, that show a product labeled the OneWatch. There is one shot of a product web site and a series of sketches detailing the watch’s design.
This report is firmly in the rumor category, as evleaks, which traditionally is highly accurate with its leaked information, recently fell victim to a false report about OnePlus.
If the watch is real, it is unclear if it would follow the unusual ask-an-owner-to-possibly-buy-one procedure that you must go through to try and secure a OnePlus One phone.
Like the forthcoming Moto 360, the OneWatch images show a round, traditional watch face. This design is gaining in popularity over the current LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live that were the first devices to become available powered by Android Wear.
This isn’t the only watch getting some attention—HP is partnering with designer Michael Bast and to design a custom smartwatch that will work with both Android and iOS.
This story, "Report: OnePlus is building an Android Wear smartwatch" was originally published by Greenbot.