Realme Watch with hear rate sensor and IP68 rating launched in India at Rs 3,999

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For those who have been waiting for realme to introduce a smartwatch after its band earlier this year, their wish is now fulfilled. Teased and leaked multiple times, the watch went on blind order last week, is now officially launched in India. It is priced at Rs 3,999 and will be available for purchase starting June 5 on Flipkart and realme. Let’s talk about the specifications and features of this new realme watch. 

Realme Watch – Specs and features 

Sporting a 1.4-inch TFT LCD display, it comes with a 320 x 320-pixel resolution, thus offering a 323 PPI pixel density. The brand touts that it is the biggest screen in its price segment. Offering customization options as it will have a variety of colour straps to choose from. 

Speaking on the features, it will be able to measure your heart-rate and blood oxygen levels, with dedicated sensors. There are up to 14 activity modes from which you can choose. With dedicated sports modes like cricket, Badminton, football, basketball, and more you can take full advantage and measure your fitness data while playing your favourite sport.

As far as the durability is a concern during those sports activities, it comes with an iP68 rating, which makes Realme watch an ideal watch to put on. The water and dust resistance will make sure it’s not get damaged when it comes to contact with water or dust. 

For changing looks it will reportedly offer 100+ Watch faces via OTA update. The functionalities further includes music control, camera control, safe unlock, and call rejection from the display. It offers smart notifications from a range of apps including Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Messenger, Gmail, and more. 

It will be offering a Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. What do you guys think of the Realme Watch features and pricing? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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