INTRO: Just a few days ago after the launch of its newest budget smartphones, Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A, the company is now moving forward up to launch its next product in India. So here’s the “Realme Watch” which is next in line, as Realme has shared teasers on social media of it. It is expected to make its India debut very soon.
Realme Releases Teaser of Its Smartwatch For Launch In India
Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth took to Twitter today to share a teaser video for the company’s upcoming IoT product, i.e a smartwatch. Yes, Realme has been teasing its smartwatch for some time now. Now, its launch appears to be right around the corner.
The latest teaser does not give us much information about the upcoming smartwatch. It only confirms the Realme Watch branding and shows off the display, which looks to be curved at the edges, and for a split second. That’s all. There is no availability of information for the launch date in the video attached below.
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Upcoming Look Of Smartwatch
The company may have not revealed anything about the Realme Watch just yet. But, after a recent leak, we got it not just gave us a quick look at the upcoming smartwatch’s hardware but also about the software experience.
The teaser confirms and shows that it will be a square-shaped watch, with the other leak then backing it up with specs such as a 1.4-inch TFT LCD display with a 320×320 resolution and IP68 water and dust resistance rating. The smartwatch will run proprietary software and not wear, which already has an almost negligible presence in the market.
Sport Mode, Heart rate Tracking & Notifications
Realme Watch is further said to support a myriad of sport modes, just like the Realme Band, heart rate tracking, notifications, stopwatch, music controls, and a lot more. The leaked software screenshots also revealed that the watch will support measuring blood oxygen levels. You will find a 160mAh battery on board, lasting around 7-odd days on a single charge.
The company will share an official launch date over the coming days. And hopefully, the long-rumored Realme TV will also tag along as it was confirmed to debut in Q2 2020.