Realme announces its first smartwatch and TVs

Realme’s explosive performance in India has made it one of the fastest growing smartphone brands in the world, and today the company is expanding into the nebulous “lifestyle tech” market with products in new categories.

First up is Realme’s first smartwatch, imaginatively called the Realme Watch. It has a square design with a 1.4-inch 320x320 LCD display and runs what appears to be a custom version of Android. It can display notifications, control music, hang up phone calls, and do other typical smartwatch things.

Realme is claiming 7 to 9 days of battery life from the watch, or 20 days in its power-saving mode. 

Realme’s watch has much of the same functionality as the fitness band that the brand launched in March and now launched in the UK, including a heart rate sensor, sleep monitoring, and the India-targeted cricket-tracking mode. The larger screen makes this look more like a Fitbit-style watch, though, and the bands are easily removable if you want to switch up the style.
The Realme Watch will cost £49.999 and will be available from on June 5th.

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