Realme Watch S and Watch S Pro teased to launch in India this month

Last month, Realme unveiled its second smartwatch called Realme Watch S in Pakistan. At IFA Berlin this year, the brand had announced that it will debut the Watch S Pro in the fourth quarter of this year. 

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Now Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth has taken to Twitter to tease the arrival of the upcoming smartwatch in the country. His tweet doesn’t mention the exact launch date, and it’s unclear if both the standard and Pro variants of the Realme Watch S will be announced. 

Realme Watch S and Watch S Pro launching in India this month

In a separate tweet, Sheth revealed that the upcoming smartwatch is expected to debut sometime this month and the launch will be livestreamed on the company’s Facebook and YouTube accounts. The Twitter teasers also give us a glimpse of the Realme Watch S Pro.

The live image of Sheth wearing the watch on his wrist suggests that it is the Pro variant with a bigger display, rubber strap, and a number ring on the top of the dial unlike the standard Watch S. The dial is also not rotatable like the Samsung Galaxy Watch. There are two circular buttons on the side of the smartwatch and a mechanical style watch face. 

A new teaser shared a while ago reveals a couple of smartwatches with different straps hinting at the cheaper Realme Watch S. The upcoming offerings are teased with the hashtag #MeetTheProTrendsetters. The Watch S Pro is tipped to be the brand’s first premium and high-end smartwatch. 

Realme Watch S and Watch S Pro specifications and features

The specifications and features of the Realme Watch S Pro are not known yet. But compared to the Watch S, the upcoming offering is expected to feature a larger display with AMOLED panel, a built-in GPS, NFC and a bigger 420mAh battery.

Meanwhile, the Realme Watch S specifications are already known. The device features a 1.3-inch LCD display and IP68 water and dust resistant rating. It is equipped with a heart rate tracker, SpO2 sensor, drink water reminder, and sleep monitor. The smartwatch supports 16 sports modes and is backed by a 390mAh battery that can deliver 15 days of usage. 

Viraj Gawde

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