Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme has posted on his Twitter page photos of the Realme Watch S Pro smartwatch, which is equipped with different straps.
At the same time, different dials are displayed on the watch screens; as a result, it seems that these are different devices. The presentation of the watch is expected in the very near future; but for now, the company’s leader teases the public with these images.
Earlier, the smartwatches has appeared in the database of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with all the characteristics. The display used on the Realme Watch S Pro is a 1.39-inch AMOLED touch panel with 454 x 454 pixels resolution. The watch supports tracking steps, distance, calories and heart rate. They can also automatically detect the type of exercise. There is also a function for monitoring the quality and duration of sleep.
The watch can be used to control music and the camera app on your phone. Other features include call notifications and a find your phone feature. Realme Watch S Pro is equipped with a 420 mAh battery. They received Bluetooth Low Energy, GPS and GLONASS modules, as well as an accelerometer, gyroscope, geomagnetic sensor, optical heart rate sensor, ambient light sensor and capacitive touch sensor. The package will include a watch, charger and user manual.
Realme breaks records to become the fastest-growing brand in the world
Founded in mid-2018, Chinese brand Realme is one of the youngest and most promising manufacturers of smartphones and other wearable electronics on the market. This can be confirmed by a fresh report from the research company Counterpoint Research, summing up the results of the third quarter of 2020.
In such a short span of time, Realme has been able to grow smartphone shipments by an incredible 132% QoQ and 45% YoY, making it the fastest-growing brand in the world with nearly 50 million units shipped since its inception. And all this despite the difficulties that have arisen in connection with the impending pandemic.
And although the largest volume of deliveries of Realme falls on India (55%); the company successfully manages to occupy leadership positions in other regions of the world. So, in the Chinese market, it managed to take the sixth line; right after Huawei, OPPO, Vivo and Xiaomi; and in some other markets, it even entered the top five most popular smartphone manufacturers. At the same time, the global smartphone market in the third quarter grew by 32% relative to the second; and sank by 4% compared to Q3 2019; and the most affected by the drawdown are LG (-11%), Apple (-7%) and OPPO (-4% ).