Realme has been extending its product portfolio to include a diverse range of devices.
The company recently launched the new Realme Smart TV, the Realme Buds Pro, and the Realme Watch S Pro at the IFA 2020 event. One of the devices has surfaced via the FCC listing, giving away some details about the smartwatch.
The device in question is the Realme Watch S Pro. Thanks to the listing, we know what to expect from the smartwatch. Here is what you need to know.
Realme Watch S Pro Features and Specs Unveiled: What to Expect
According to the FCC listing, the Realme Watch S Pro reached the final development stage, meaning that it could arrive pretty soon. The listing is also showing the design of the upcoming smartwatch. It notes that the new Realme smartwatch will sport a 1.39-inch AMOLED panel with a 454×454 pixel resolution.
Other specs include a 420mAh battery, sleek connectivity options such as built-in GPS, GLONASS, Bluetooth Low Energy, and more. The sensors that the Realme Watch S Pro will pack are an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, touch sensor, gyroscope, and a geomagnetic sensor, too.
As for the features, the Realme Watch S Pro is said to come with the usual activity trackers such as sleep, steps, distance, heart rate, calories, and dynamic heart rate monitoring. The smartwatch can also track and auto-detect activities like running or walking, the ability to control music or the camera, and the Find Your Phone feature.
Realme Watch S Pro Arrival Details
As seen at the IFA 2020 event, the Realme Watch S Pro is said to be a high-end variant that will arrive later this year. The smartwatch will ship with a unique charger.
The first-gen Realme Watch series came with a price tag of Rs. 3,999. The upcoming Realme Watch S Pro could be more expensive. Realme should release more details in the coming months.
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