When realme launched the realme Band, they had also teased more wearables for the future. Among them was a smartwatch called the Realme Watch that was shown for a second on realme CEO, Madhav Sheth’s hand in a Q&A video last month. Now, xdadevelopers has acquired design renders of the smartwatch along with photos of its UI and smartphone app.
The realme Watch will feature a square display with rounded corners that houses a 1.4″ TFT LCD touchscreen display with a resolution of 320×320. On the right side is a single button and the wrist bands appear to be non-replaceable. On the back side we can see the charging pins which will charge a 160mAh battery that supposedly will last for 7 days with continuous heart rate monitoring. The Watch will be IP68 water resistant and will connect via Bluetooth 5.0. Other sensors include acceleration sensor and a blood oxygen sensor but no inbuilt GPS.
Coming to the UI, the realme Watch will support two languages, Hindi and English. It is said to come with 5 pre-loaded watch faces with the ability to add more via its smartphone companion app . The physical button on the right side will be used to go back in navigation and to lock/unlock the device. Other basic functions that will be supported are step counting, heart rate monitoring, date and time functions, weather information, music controls, stopwatch, alarm functions, and Find My Phone function.
Coming to the fitness functions, the Watch will have 15 sport tracking modes – outdoor running, walking, swimming, indoor running, outdoor riding, aerobic capacity, strength training, football, basketball, badminton, table tennis, indoor riding, yoga, elliptical machine, and cricket. Along with this, similar to the realme Band, the Watch will have sedentary reminders, water reminders, etc.
There is no exact information as to when the realme Watch is said to launch nor do we have any information about price. However, considering renders of the design have surfaced, the launch of the product must not be very far.