TechLife Watch S110 brings a 1.69-inch LCD touch screen, blood oxygen and heart rate sensors as well as IP68 water and dust resistant casing. One neat feature is the added skin temperature monitor which can measure your wrist skin and body temperature. Realm is quick to remind users that all health tracking on the watch are not to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment.
The watch tracks over 24 sports modes and comes with over 110 watch faces. Realme claims a 12-day battery life. Realme TechLife Watch S100 comes in black and white colors and retails for INR 1,999 ($26). First sales tip-off on March 14.
Realme TechLife Buds N100 bring a neckband design, IPX4 water resistance and a 17-hour rated battery life. They boast 9.2mm dynamic bass drivers and connect over Bluetooth 5.2 at up to 10m effective range.
Buds N100 are available in black and grey colors and retail for INR 1,299 ($17). First sales start on March 15.
Neckband earphones are actually very useful. I had Beats Flex. It was good. Gave it to my friend and bought JBL Tune 125BT. Cheaper but better. Design is worse but sound is better.
they should really bring in realme buds classic in a Bluetooth neckband style. i really like it's half in ear design and HD microphone. complete package :) can someone suggest a similar one??