The OnePlus Watch 2 has officially launched and has unveiled its mysteries surrounding its very long battery life – two operating systems, two separate processors. The bigger one powers the much awaited Wear OS (Android) in the watch, while the smaller, more energy efficient processor performs whenever Wear OS isn’t actively being utilized. Other than amazing battery life, the watch also touts impressive durability. Sapphire is also protecting the display, which boasts a hardness of 8 on the mohs scale, making it highly resistant to scratches, especially if you go out on the beach a lot. While $300 is a lot for a watch, Apple’s own with Sapphire is $699. Yikes, that’s almost as much as a OnePlus 12.