Realme is known for its smartphones under budget. The Chinese tech company is famous for providing the smartphone users with features similar to that of big brands but under much tighter budget. For these reasons Realme has broken into the South Asian Smart Phone markets, giving strong competition to the much bigger brands such as Samsung, Apple and Huawei etc. It has affirmed its position in the low-budget Smart Phone industry, providing features in a cost very few Companies can. Therefore, it is not surprising that Realme is now looking to get a foothold in the smart wearables industry, ready to challenge the big boys again.
Realme has dropped its new watch by the FCC, enlisting some important features.
At the IFA 2020 in Berlin, Realme announced its Watch S Pro alongside its Buds Wireless Pro and Bud Air Pro. However, not much was given from the side of Realme, as they just displayed a picture saying that it will be coming soon. The news was confirmed by FCC listing, which revealed more images and a user manual, before removing it.
The Watch S Pro is a lightweight timepiece weighing with just at 63.5 grams including its strap. It will have a variety of sensors including accelerometer, gyroscope, geomagnetic sensor, optical heart rate, ambient light sensor and a capacitive touch sensor, in addition to GPS/GLONASS for phone-free training.
The Watch S Pro will be equipped with a 420 mAh battery, although the battery timing is still not defined. The watch is equipped with sleep monitoring and count heartrate, steps, and calories burnt.
Its smart features allow users to read notifications, find phone, and control music and camera on the phone. The watch does not come with LTE or NFC.
Earlier this year, Realme released its Band priced at 25 euros, and it debuted smart watch just a few months earlier, which was a low-priced lookalike of Apple Watch with decent specifications.