Realme Watch S With Blood Oxygen Monitor and a 15-Day Battery Life to Launch on November 2

Realme Watch S will have 16 sports modes.

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Realme Watch S With Blood Oxygen Monitor and a 15-Day Battery Life to Launch on November 2

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Realme Watch S will be launched first in Pakistan

Highlights
  • Realme Watch S will be launched on November 2
  • The smartwatch will have a 1.3-inch auto-brightness adjustment display
  • Realme Watch S has a battery life of 15 days

Realme Watch S is set to make its global debut on November 2. The smartwatch, which boasts of features such as heart-rate and blood oxygen monitors, 16 sports modes and a 15-day battery life, will be launched first in Pakistan. Realme Watch S will have a circular dial and be available in multiple watchfaces and strap colours. The Realme Watch S Pro is also expected to be launched in the next few months, but the company has so far not revealed a set date for the same.

The unveiling of the smartwatch will take place through a live event that can be watched from Realme's Facebook and YouTube page on November 2. Realme had shared a teaser announcing the upcoming launch of the Realme Watch S on Twitter. It is possible that more information about the Realme Watch S will be revealed closer to its launch.

Realme Watch S specifications

The Realme Watch S will have a 1.3-inch auto-brightness adjustment display. As per the teaser, it will have multiple health monitors such as a heart rate and blood oxygen monitor. It will feature 16 sport modes, and have a 15-day battery life, as per Realme.

Meanwhile, the Realme Watch S Pro is expected to be launched in the coming months as well, as revealed by the company at IFA Berlin 2020. The upcoming smartwatch will also sport a round dial and an AMOLED display. As per a US FCC listing of the Realme Watch S Pro, it will have a 1.39-inch touch AMOLED display and 420mAh battery.


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