Realme Watch




Realme was first selling just phones in the country but it has now expanded its portfolio and also sells Smart TVs along with a SmartWatch. The company started with smartphones and forayed into power banks, earphones, wireless earphones, smart band, and smartwatch, the company is trying to create an ecosystem of its own. Though the company has priced the watch very competitively, is this the smartwatch you need?

The Realme smartwatch was launched at a price of INR 3,999 and comes in a box much like that of the Apple Watch but in the traditional yellow coloured box. Upon opening the box, you get the watch (of course!) along with a user manual, a charging cradle with pogo pins on it. Thankfully it doesn’t retain the big Realme brand name that was visible in the render images.

The bands of the watch are removable and can be swapped, however, the users will have to wait since the company has not yet started selling these brands separately. The watch can operate through the Realme Link app which is a painless process. The design of the watch is inspired by the Apple Watch. The watch by default detects the wrist motion to turn on the screen. The Realme Watch has a 1.4-inch display that is packed in a plastic frame. The display is dull compared to the other OLED displays that are available on some other fitness trackers. Even the peak brightness is far too low to compensate for the extra light outdoors and this becomes even worse with the glossy reflective finish that the watch has. The watch has a heart rate sensor and weighs a mere 31 gms and packs a 160 mAh battery that can last up to a week with the heart rate tracking on, however, the battery will last longer if the heart rate monitor is set to 24 hours


Realme Watch Realme Watch Reviewed by Ninja Tech on June 18, 2020 Rating: 5

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