In recent times, more people around the world have become aware of fitness. They are joining gyms, maintaining healthy diets, drinking loads of water and what not! Technology is helping hit our fitness goals daily. One such device is a smartwatch. Since the launch of budget fitness trackers, the craze of hand-wore smart devices has constantly increased. Amidst the competition among companies to win over each other, Realme has announced a couple of smart devices that can enhance your fitness monitoring regime. We are talking about Realme Watch S Pro, Watch S and Buds Air Pro Master Edition.
Realme Watch S Pro – This Is What We Know
As it goes with naming, the “pro” models are made up of high-quality materials; steel in this case. One of the highlights of the upcoming Realme Watch S Pro is the beautiful 1.39″ AMOLED display, which can reach a top brightness of 450 nits, and equips the watch with Always-On display. With a resolution of 454*454 pixels, the screen appears crisp. You also get 5ATM water resistance (taking it for an occasional shower or swim wouldn’t be an issue) and 15 different sports mode. Perhaps the most intriguing feature would be the blood oxygen monitoring (with a built-in SpO2 sensor), and 7-day battery life. The watch will cost around 10,000INR.
Realme Watch S – The Standard Version
The non-pro model would house a 1.3″ Auto-Brightness display, with a resolution of 278ppi. With a 390mAh battery, the watch can last for 15 days upon a single charge. It would be very interesting to see if the watch lasts at par with heart rate and sleep detection on. With 16 different sports tracking modes and multiple colour options, the watch would look absolutely elegant on your wrist! It might cost around 7,000INR.
Realme Buds Air Pro Master Edition – Yes, That Is Just The Name!
With what looks like a pretty long name, Buds Master Edition would flaunt a glossy finish and active noise cancellation. However, AndroidFist do not know much about the product yet. It is likely to have a typical battery life of 3 to 5 hours on a single charge, with the case capable of reviving the buds 2 to 3 times. In general, Realme has done decently with their audio products in the past.