In an event India, Realme has finally unveiled their own smartwatch — the Realme Watch.

Alongside the new watch is the first ever Realme Smart TVs. In addition, the Realme X50 Pro Player, Buds Q, Realme Buds Air Neo TWS were also announced in a separate event in China.

This is the company’s second wearable after the Realme Band. A 1.4-inch color touchscreen with 320 x 320 pixel resolution is the main attraction of the Realme Watch, and it is coated with a 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for protection. Pixel density is 323 ppi and the brightness can go up to 380 nits.


Realme Watch also has 12 watch faces and the default setup shows the time, day, weather, date, hear rate, burned calories, and step count. In addition, the brand says they will release an update containing 100 new watch faces.

Similar to the Realme Band, the Realme watch has 24/7 heart rate monitoring and its SpO2 monitor can measure blood oxygen level. There are also 14 sports modes with specific ones for badminton, table tennis, aerobic capacity, and more.


Controlling music and camera using the Realme Watch is also possible. You can use it as a shutter button or pause/play music, adjust the volume, and switch tracks. 

In the future, the Realme Watch will be an integral part in integrating multiple AIoT devices. Other features include IP68 dust and water resistance, Smart Notifications, sleep monitor, drink reminder, etc.

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As for the battery, it has 160mAh capacity which is enough to last up to 9 days and 7 days with the heart rate monitoring feature turned on.

There will be two strap designs called as the fashion strap (in blue, red, green) and classic strap in black. The base model will come with the black strap while the fashion straps will be sold separately.

Realme Watch’s price starts at INR3,999 in India or around Php2,700 in when directly converted to Philippine peso (before taxes and duties).

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