Oppo’s sub-brand Realme launched its first smartwatch in India in May, called the Realme Watch. Although the brand calls it a smartwatch, it is more like a fitness tracker. Earlier this month, at IFA 2020, Realme released two new smartwatches – Realme Watch S and Realme Watch S Pro. Both of them received partial certification a few days ago. Now, the Watch S has also passed FCC and EEC certifications. The Watch S Pro has passed FCC certification last week.
On September 18, the Realme Watch S passed the FCC certification, and later this wearable device also received the Russian EEC certification. Except for the known model RMA207, all certifications of the Realme Watch S did not reveal any specifications.
In other words, Realme has not announced the exact launch date of its upcoming smartwatch. The two watches may debut together with the Realme Buds Air Pro. The latter’s design patent has recently been approved by the relevant authorities.
A tipster @Stufflistings has revealed that both smartwatches have already got certified by NEMKO. Plus, the standard Watch S has also been certified by SIRIM. From these authorities’ documents, we can learn about some of their features. Say, we can see that the Pro variant will come with a 390mAh battery.
Also, the FCC certification documents show the Realme Watch S Pro with model number RMA186 will sport a round dial of 1.39-inches. The watch will also use an AMOLED touch display with a screen resolution of 454 x 454 pixels. There are two buttons for more convenient operations. Plus, we can find a tachymeter on the dial. The leaked documents also reveal that it will track steps, distance, and calculate calories with automatic identification for walking and running.
Of course, as a smartwatch from a top brand, it will come with all the features we used to see on other similar wearables. We mean it will support dynamic heart rate monitoring, sleep monitoring, and come with a SpO2 sensor.