RealMe unveiled a number of products yesterday including the RealMe X50 Pro Player Edition and the RealMe Buds Air Neo, other interesting gadgets the company unveiled includes the Buds Q, new power bank, a smart TV called RealMe TV and also its smartwatch or RealMe Watch.
The smartwatch becomes the second wearable device from t he company aside the initially released RealMe Band which was unveiled back in March. The new smartwatch is a much improvement over that featuring a nice 1.4-inch color touchscreen display measuring 320 x 320 pixel and protected by a 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The screen also has a 323 ppi and 380 nits brightness with 10 levels of adjustments.
Aside that, the Realme watch also come with 12 watch faces with the default watch face displaying time, date, day, weather, step count, heart rate and burned calories. There is also the ability to select your favorite watch face from the RealMe Link application which the company says will add 100 more watch faces through future OTA.
Health monitoring capability is also one important thing Realme put into consideration with the development of the watch as it features the 24/7 heart rate monitor using PPG sensor which is supplied by Goodix to measure heart rate as well as giving users a SpO2 monitor as well which measures the blood oxygen level. The smartwatch further has about 14 sports modes with Aerobic Capacity, Badminton, Treadmill, Elliptical and Table Tennis being the new ones Realme introduced with the smartwatch.
Another set of new features are Camera Control and Music Control. The former lets you use the smartwatch as a camera shutter button, while the latter allows you to play/pause music, change tracks and adjust the volume.
Realme is trying to build up its own product ecosystem and so it’s making the smartwatch the center piece of its AIoT system and with a future OTA, user will be able to link in multiple AIoT devices with the Realme Watch without having to ever open up their smartphone.
Other highlights of the Realme Watch include Smart Notifications, IP68 dust and water resistance, sedentary reminder, drink reminder, sleep monitor, and meditation relaxing.
With so much interesting functionalities, the Realme Watch is powered by a 160mAh battery which the company says can offer up to 7 days of autonomy with 24/7 heart rate monitoring turned on while the number increases to 9 days when the feature is turned off.
The Realme watch has two strap designs which are Classic Strap and Fashion Strap. The former will arrive in a single Black color while the latter will be offered in different color options such as Red, Blue, and Green.
Now comes in the pricing, the Realme Watch is priced at about US$53 and is expected to hit stores by June 5 in Asian market (India to be precise where it will eb sold for about IN₹ 3,999 via Flipkart as well as offline stores later on.
The smartwatch will come with the regular black strap out of the box and the colorful Fashion Straps will be sold separately later at US$7 (IN₹ 499)