The Realme Watch is priced at INR3,999 ($53/€45) in India and was sold through the company's official site and Flipkart. Those of you who couldn't buy one today will get another chance on June 9 at noon local time when the Realme Watch goes on its second sale.
Breaking records after records, in speed!— realme (@realmemobiles) June 5, 2020
15K+ #realmeWatch units sold within 2 mins on 1st sale.
After Smartphones, Smart Audio and Smart TVs, now we are one more step closer in our journey of becoming the most popular Tech-Lifestyle brand with our Smart Watch.#TimeToBeSmarter pic.twitter.com/QmnqGC1WTU
The Realme Watch is built around a 1.4" color touchscreen display and comes with 12 watch faces. The smartwatch features 24x7 heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking and SpO2 monitor, which measures the blood oxygen level.
The Realme Watch is IP68 certified for dust and water resistance and comes with a feature called Smart Notifications which alerts you of incoming calls, SMS, and notifications from other apps. Keeping the lights on is a 160 mAh battery, which promises up to nine days of endurance.
You can head this way to check out our announcement coverage of the Realme Watch to know more about it.
Their was a time when your watch was telling you the Date and the Time. Now your watch is telling them your Date, the time when happened and with who. Well at least is cheap.
If customers stop complaining new tech will be boring. Now go drink your baby milk :) Yes I got money and I will complain to get better products. Not giving money for a watch that had same watch 4 years ago okey ? Android smartwatches are stuck for 3...
they may put eSIM in it then theyll charge an additional price but then youre not going to buy anymore so shut the hell up. i bet you complain about everything. lowballer