realme watch s

Yesterday, Realme launched a few products such as the Realme Watch S and Realme 7 5G in Europe.

The Realme Watch S is the second smartwatch launched by Realme, second only to the Realme Watch. The smartwatch uses a round dial and a 1.3-inch touch screen, equipped with an optical heart rate sensor and a blood oxygen monitoring sensor.

realme watch s

The Realme Watch S runs a FreeRT-based operating system and provides up to 15 days of battery life. The price of this watch in Europe is 79.99 euros. And it is currently open for purchase in Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Portugal.

As said, this watch uses a 1.3-inch LCD touch screen, supports automatic brightness, and has a resolution of 360×360. This is the first Realme watch that supports automatic brightness adjustment. This watch also uses Corning’s third-generation Gorilla Glass, which supports IP68 waterproof and dustproof.

The watch has a built-in 390mAh battery that can provide up to 15 days of battery life and supports fast charging. Officially, it can be charged from 0% to 100% within 2 hours.

In other aspects, the watch has a built-in heart rate sensor and blood oxygen level monitoring sensor (SpO2). Also, it provides 16 exercise modes, including walking, indoor running, outdoor running, etc. The functions provided by this watch are similar to the original Realme Watch. Therefore, the Watch S also lacks the response notification function.

As a reminder, we have heard that apart from the original Realme Watch S, there should be the Realme Watch S Pro. But we haven’t seen such a smartwatch on the market yet. So there is every reason to wait for a new model in the nearest future.

Argam Artashyan

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