Earlier this week, Realme announced a new tech-lifestyle sub-brand dubbed Dizo. During the announcement, the company announced the arrival of various products under different categories. These categories include smart entertainment, smart home, smart care, and accessories. Now, ahead of the official announcement, Rizo Official Store has appeared on the e-commerce website Shopee Vietnam. The store revealed a few upcoming products from Dizo. The listing reveals Dizo Watch, Dizo GoPods, and Dizo GoPods D. All three products are based on existing Realme products that are already available in some markets.
The Dizo Watch seems to be a rebranded Realme Watch 2 like the one that reached Malaysia last month. From the dimensions to specifications, and features. The Dizo Watch comes with a large 1.4-inch color touchscreen LCD display with a 320 x 320-pixel resolution. The smartwatch retails in Carbon Grey, and Silver Colors, it features an IP68 water rating. It also offers up to 12 days of battery life with the in-built 315mAh battery. Interestingly, the watch will connect to the smartphone through the Realme Link App. It also features interesting features such as music control, remote camera, finds phone, stopwatch, call notification, and more.
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Dizo GoPods and GoPods Q
The Dizo GoPods seem very similar to the Realme Buds Air 2. The GoPods D, on the other hand, are similar to the Realme Buds Q2 in terms of specifications, and features
For that reason, the Dizo GoPods come with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) up to 25db. It also carries the company’s in-house R2 chip and will offer up to 25 hours of music playback. It also offers an 88ms low latency mode for gaming. The Dizo GoPods D is a rebranded Realme Buds Q2 that reached Pakistan in April. It comes with a large 10mm bass boost driver and offers a 110ms low latency gaming mode. The Dizo GoPods D packs a 400mAh battery and weighs just 39 grams in total.
The Dizo GoPods retails at 2,690,000 Vietnamese dongs ($116). The GoPods D is priced at 790,000 ($34). According to another report, the Realme Dizo sub-brand will unveil more than 100 new AIoT devices under the Dizo brand this year. So we may see products that aren’t related to Realme devices including products that aren’t related to smartphones or that just bring a little technology inside. This proved to be a successful strategy for Xiaomi, and Realme is following the steps of its major rival.