This Realme smartwatch can make calls! Launching soon, check out its specs
The world of affordable smartwatches is expanding at a vast pace, with almost all brands jumping in with their offerings. Realme has been an accomplished player in this segment for some years now and after a brief gap this year, Realme is back with another feature-laden smartwatch. It is called the Realme TechLife Watch R100 and will be launched on June 23. While Realme is yet to announce the price, it has revealed a couple of features and even revealed the design of the watch. Safe to say, it seems like a premium smartwatch.
The headlining feature of the Realme TechLife Watch R100 is Bluetooth Calling, a feature that has been missing from Realme’s wearables. This is not a new feature, considering there are several affordable smartwatches that can help you take or make calls by connecting to your smartphone via Bluetooth. That means the watch will have its own dedicated microphone and loudspeaker, just like premium smartwatches.
Realme TechLife Watch R100 specs at a glance
Realme also reveals a couple of other features on this watch. The Watch R100 features a TFT LCD display instead of a AMOLED display, measuring 1.32-inches in a round shape. The display has a resolution of 360 x 360 pixels, and has a uniform bezels around it, similar to traditional sports watches.
The teasers also show a premium build and design in silver and matte black colours. The watch has two crown buttons, similar to the 2020 Realme Watch models. Realme also says the Watch R100 has a 380mAh battery that can offer up to 7 days of battery life. The renders also show silicon straps instead of a leather strap. The watch is most likely to run on a proprietary operating system instead of Google’s Wear OS.
At first glance, the Realme TechLife Watch R100 looks like a successor to the Realme Watch S Pro from a few years ago. When launched, the smartwatch could up against the likes of the Amazfit GTR 3, Amazfit GTS 3, and a couple of other premium smartwatches. With Realme announcing its lineup, it is expected that rival Xiaomi could also announce its recently announced premium smart watches from China in India.