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Realme builds out their wearables portfolio with new Realme Watch S

By Ken Wong - on 4 Nov 2020, 2:38pm

Realme builds out their wearables portfolio with new Realme Watch S

Realme has gone with a circular watch face this time. Image courtesy of Realme.

During an online event today, Realme launched their circular Watch S smartwatch to build on the foundation laid by the Realme Watch launched in May this year. During the same event, Realme also launched the Realme 7 Pro with 65W fast-charging and their new Buds Wireless Pro.

The new circular face gives the Watch S a 1.3-inch auto-brightness display (360 x 360 pixels) protected by a 2.5D curved Corning Gorilla Glass 3. This time around, rather than the 12 different faces that came with the original Realme Watch, the Watch S comes with more than 100 watch faces, some designed in collaboration with renowned designers.

The IP68 water and dust resistance to support 16 sport modes on the Watch S including Stationary Bike, Cricket, Indoor Run, Outdoor Cycle, Strength Training, Football, and Yoga.

Some of the health sensors. Image courtesy of Realme.

It has a PPG sensor for real-time 24/7 heart-rate monitoring and an SpO2 sensor for blood oxygen level monitoring. Additionally, the Realme Watch S is capable of tracking sleep patterns as well as providing notifications directly from a connected phone.

The 390mAh battery in the Realme Watch S can deliver as many as 15 days of use on a single charge Realme says. Even better, a charge from 0 to 100 percent only takes two hours.


Pricing and availability

One of the more than 100 faces available. Image courtesy of Realme.

The Realme Watch S will be priced at S$199 when it goes on sale in Singapore on their official stores on Lazada and Shopee and authorised retailers from 7th November

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