A few months after the release of the first Watch, which can be considered an excellent low-cost smartwatch alternative as we explain in our review , Realme will soon launch the Watch S Pro , with a circular dial and more aimed at sport, as the first images show live and specs via FCC .
Update 24/10: after various certifications, we see Realme Watch S and S Pro in the first official renderings. In addition, the official presentation date also appears. Find all the details at the end of the article.
Realme Watch S Pro: AMOLED display, SpO2 and sports monitoring among the specifications
Taking a look at the live images provided by FCC , we find ourselves in front of a full-fledged sportwatch. In fact, Realme Watch S Pro is a wearable, according to its specifications , designed specifically for sport and physical activity. With its 1.39 ″ AMOLED display (454 x 454 pixels), its 420 mAh battery and its light weight of 63.5 grams, it is ideal for this type of action. Obviously, the monitoring supports daily steps, distance, calories and heart rate , even in dynamic mode. It will also be able to detect the type of activity that is taking place automatically, as well as monitor sleep.
A Realme Watch S Pro will not miss the monitoring of the blood oxygen level SpO2 , the remote control of the music and the smartphone camera . In addition, you can receive notifications of both call and messaging apps, as well as to find your phone. Also present are GPS, GLONASS, accelerometer and gyroscope.
Unfortunately, it is not known at what price the Realme smartwatch will be sold or on what date it will be presented, but we only know that it will arrive in the last quarter of 2020 .
A new certification comes up and there’s a surprise
During the IFA 2020 event, Realme announced the arrival of the new Watch S Pro , but missed a detail that came to light thanks to the new certification dedicated to wearable: in addition to the increased variant, a standard Watch S will also be launched. Both device names appear in published documents, but there is a discrepancy with what is seen in the FCC certification: in this case it seems that the Pro variant is equipped with a 390 mAh battery (instead of 420 mAh).
However, at present it is not known what the differences between the two smartwatches will be: however we are sure that there will be other news in the coming days. The new certifications speak for themselves: the launch is imminent and it is likely that the company itself will have its say.
First official renderings
After the live photos during the certification, we now have the official renderings that immortalize Realme Watch S and Watch S Pro . It is still early to outline what differences there are, but at first glance we can compare them to Samsung’s Galaxy Watch and Watch Active series.
Realme Watch S sports a slim and sporty look, while Watch Pro S has a more classic look, with a numbered bezel around the display. In both cases, however, we have a round screen and two buttons on the right side of the body.
Realme Watch S: the company confirms the presentation date | Update 24/10
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– realme Pakistan (@pakistan_realme) October 23, 2020
After the various certifications and render images, finally the company has unveiled the presentation date of Realme Watch S , set for November 2nd . Oddly, rather than opting for a launch in Europe or India, it was the division of Pakistan that announced the debut of the new wearable. There is no mention of the Pro version, but some specifications have been confirmed, namely the presence of a 1.3 ″ round panel, support for SpO2 monitoring and an autonomy of up to 15 days . Along the right edge there are two physical buttons and it is possible to customize the dial with multiple watch faces.