realme Watch S Pro found on FCC, could be getting ready for launch soon


Like many other products, we're spoiled for choice when it comes to smartwatches these days. For realme, there's the realme Watch that launched back in June. However, some people prefer to have that traditional watch design, so the realme Watch S Pro is here to fill the gap.

While realme did tease the Watch S Pro at the recent IFA 2020, not much of the device was revealed. But a bunch of photos of the device was found on the US FCC (via GSMArena) recently, including the product manual that detailed some key tech specs. You can see that it has a 1.39-inch AMOLED display (454 x 454 resolution), optical heart sensor, and supports GPS and GLONASS.


Some specs of the wearable were revealed

In terms of appearance, the Watch S Pro's main body measures 46.1 x 12.8 m and weighs 63.5g. For comparison, the recently launched the Galaxy Watch 3 is about the same size but is lighter at 53.8g. It does come with a bigger 420mAh (versus 340mAh) battery though, which is likely why it's heavier.

The realme Watch S Pro won't be running Android Wear, so that might be something to take into consideration. Having said that, what do you think of its design so far? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned to for future updates.