Realme announced its first fitness tracker, the Realme Band (review) in India last month. After that, the company CEO Madhav Sheth officially teased the wearable on his latest #AskMadhav YouTube episode. The video gave us a glimpse of a Realme Watch with square dial and a black strap. However, not much else was known about the upcoming wearable, until now.
XDA Developers has posted key information about the Realme Watch. The publication has shared the renders, screenshots of the UI and specifications of the upcoming wearable, leaving nothing to the imagination.
Realme Watch renders and design
As you can see in the renders above, the Realme Watch will come sporting a square display with rounded corners and thick bezels all around, with Realme branding on the chin. The watch seems to feature a silicone band, which doesn’t appear to be interchangeable. The clasp of the watch is also not visible but from the looks of it appears to have a similar locking mechanism as Mi Bands.
The renders also reveal a single push button on the right edge. XDA Developers reveals that the button will be used to lock and unlock the device. It will also aid in navigation with functions like returning back to the main screen. The back panel seems to be housing a heart rate monitor and what appears to be a two-pin charging port. It appears that the Realme Watch will come with a magnetic charger.
The renders also reveal four colour variants including black, white, yellow and blue. The report also claims that the Realme Watch will feature IP68 certification for water and dust resistance.
Realme Watch specifications and features
Coming to the specifications, the square dial will be housing a 1.4-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display with a 320 × 320 screen resolution. The watch is expected to come packing a 160mAh battery, which is speculated to last up to 7 days of backup with 24-hour heart rate monitoring. Realme has managed to achieve this feat by using a proprietary operating system, which is seen in the screenshots shared by the report.
The smartwatch will also feature a blood oxygen sensor. The report suggests that the watch can track 15 activities from running to yoga and cricket, which was also present on Realme Band. There will be other tracking features like sedentary reminders, water reminders, weather data, sleep data, and more.
Other features of the watch include Bluetooth 5.0, accelerometer, five watch faces, music player control, remote shutter for phone camera, and support for the Hindi language. There’s no word on the launch date and pricing as of now.