realme Watch S release: SpO2 sensor, auto brightness screen and larger battery, priced at ~RM389
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After launching their first smartwatch back in May, realme is now back with another one named realme Watch S. This time, the company went with a circular watch face design instead of a square one that is used by the previous realme Watch. Other than a design change, let's find out what else the realme Watch S has for us!
The realme Watch S sports a 1.3-inch circular touchscreen with 360x360 pixel resolution and features a photosensitive sensor that automatically adjusts the brightness depending on the lighting conditions. For the build, the smartwatch is made of aluminum alloy and has two buttons on the right side for controls.
Other than that, the straps offered are made of Liquid Silicone and they will be available in four colour options including Blue, Orange, Green, and Black. It is mentioned that the Black one will be given together with the watch and the other straps of different colours will be sold separately.
Coming to the features, the realme Watch S has a PPG heart rate sensor and a SpO2 sensor for blood oxygen level monitoring. It will also have the ability to track 16 kinds of sports including cycling, yoga, and rowing. Other key features supported are Sleep Monitoring, Call Rejection, Smart Notifications, and Music and Camera Control.
For usage, realme claimed that the watch can last up to 15 days with its 390mAh battery. Furthermore, it will have an IP68 rating as well but realme said that it's not suitable for swimming or taking a shower. The brand also announced that there will be over 100 watch faces coming soon for users to choose one to match their styles. For the price, it will go on sale starting from 14 November in Pakistan for PKR 14,999 (~RM389). We are not sure when will the new smartwatch have a global launch, but we will be the first to let you know when it does!
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