The Realme TechLife Watch R100 will be released in India on June 23 at 12:30 p.m., according to the Chinese business. The smartwatch will come with a 1.32-inch TFT LCD big colour display and Bluetooth calling capabilities. The wearable is touted to have a seven-day battery life. The Chinese business released the Realme TechLife Watch S100 and Realme TechLife Watch SZ100 earlier this year. The smartwatch will be available in two colours and will be sold through Flipkart.
Realme has been a major player in India’s consumer electronics business. The firm has recently been attempting to solidify its place in the smartphone accessories category, and the best way to do so is by providing high-quality wearable gadgets at a reasonable price. Realme smartwatches are primarily targeted for young people who are fitness lovers on a budget. Realme makes smartwatches with excellent build quality and precise fitness monitoring. Their smartwatches may not have premium capabilities like ECG, but they do have some decent basic activity tracking functions.
Price and Availability
The smartwatch was priced at Rs. 2,499 and comes in two colour options: Lake Blue and Magic Grey. A 1.69-inch HD colour display was also included with the SZ100. It came with sensors for measuring skin temperature and was rated to last up to 12 days on a single charge. Realme also released the TechLife Watch S100 in March. It was priced at Rs. 2,499 in India, and it was available in Black and Grey.
The Realme TechLife Watch R100 has been revealed on Twitter by Realme. The wearable will be available on June 23 at 12:30 p.m. Realme’s smartwatch will have a circular dial surrounded by aluminium alloy and a matte back cover. The Watch R100 will include a 1.32-inch TFT LCD big colour display with a resolution of 360 × 360 pixels.
Although the exact names of the colours have yet to be released, the wearable will be available in two colour options: Black and Cream. Flipkart will be selling the Realme TechLife Watch R100. The Watch R100 will, as previously said, include a Bluetooth calling capability. The wearable will have a 380mAh battery and a power life of up to seven days, according to the manufacturer. The Realme TechLife Watch SZ100 was just released by Realme.
The 1.69-inch (240×280 pixels) colour display of the Realme TechLife Watch S100 has a peak brightness of 530 nits. It was fitted with a Photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor that allowed it to monitor heart rate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The smartwatch also included a three-axis accelerometer for activity monitoring, as well as the ability to measure skin temperature and blood oxygen saturation levels (SpO2).
Weather forecast, music control, find my phone, as well as camera access are just a few of the Realme TechLife Watch S100’s preinstalled functions. The watch also had standard features such as an alarm clock, stopwatch, timer, and flashlight. There were also 24 sports modes on the smartwatch, like dancing, biking, jogging outside, and strolling, among others.
Realme confirmed that the Watch R100 will include Bluetooth calling, a large colour display, and 100+ sports modes, as well as “Massive Battery Life.” Aside from that, the watch’s design has also been revealed. It will feature a circular dial on the right with two buttons. It should be available in silver and black. The brand has stated that the latest wearable will be available in two colour options; based on our initial impressions, we expect it to be available in black and white. We’re not sure if we’ll see straps in multiple colours to allow for customisation.
Review of Realme Techlife S100
The 1.69-inch (240×280 pixels) colour display of the Realme TechLife Watch S100 has a peak brightness of 530 nits. It came with a photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor that allowed it to monitor heart rate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The smartwatch also included a three-axis accelerometer for activity monitoring, as well as the ability to measure skin temperature and blood oxygen saturation levels (SpO2).
At Rs.2499, the Realme Techlife Watch S100 is an excellent entry-level smartwatch. It offers a wide colour touch screen display with a variety of watch faces, as well as temperature, continuous heart rate, and SPo2 tracking capabilities. The watch is also well-made, attractive, and has a long battery life. Apart from that, the Realme Fit app is the biggest benefit. The software has come a long way since the last time I used it. This watch’s key selling point is its bug-free and feature-rich software. So, if you’re searching for a nice cheap smartwatch around 3000 Rs, this is the timepiece to acquire, at least for now.
About Realme Techlife
The business is poised to offer a full AIoT portfolio this year, having solidified its place in the India market for its Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIOT) goods. “With our product, R&D, supply, and quality assurance, we will help our partners that have joined the ‘Realme TechLife’ platform. We provide onboard brands the freedom to pick their original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partners” IANS spoke with Madhav Sheth, vice president of realme and CEO of realme India & Europe.
“Some brands also have their own manufacturing facilities. If any brands require the assistance of a local OEM, realme will assist them in identifying local OEM partners who can assist them in manufacturing their products and providing the highest level of quality assurance.
To be a part of the “Realme TechLife” project, the firm will pick goods with sufficient potential and strong customer demand, as well as a high-quality and high-value product concept, a consistent design language, quality assurance, and an online experience. Realme fans will witness a varied and fascinating AIoT product range in the coming months, according to Sheth. Sheth stated, “Realme intends to be the No. 1 smart audio brand, encompassing TWS and neckband, as well as the No. 1 smartwatch category.”