Realme Watch SZ100 smartwatch may debut in the Indian market soon. The details are yet to be officially announced by the Chinese brand, but according to a fresh leak, the wearable will be launched later this month. The Realme Watch SZ100 is tipped to come in two different color options. The rumored watch is expected to be a part of the Realme Watch S lineup that includes the vanilla Realme Watch S, Realme Watch S Pro and the recently unveiled Realme TechLife Watch S100.
A report by Mysmartprice suggests the launch of the Realme Watch SZ100 smartwatch in India soon. According to the report, the smartwatch will hit the Indian market later this month. It is being said that the upcoming wearable will come in two color options – Magic Gray and Lake Blue. However, there is no official word from Realme on this.
The anticipated Realme Watch SZ100 could replace the Realme TechLife Watch S100 smartwatch, which was introduced in India in March this year with a price tag of Rs. 2,499 It is available for purchase in Black and Gray colours.
The specifications of the Realme Watch SZ100 are likely to be an upgrade to the Realme TechLife Watch S100. It features a 1.69-inch (240×280 pixels) color display and comes with a photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor to provide 24×7 heart rate monitoring as well as blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) tracking. It offers features like weather forecast, music control and find my phone.
It offers 110 watch faces to choose from and has 24 sports modes. The Realme TechLife Watch S100 has an IP68-certified metallic-finish build and packs Bluetooth v5.1 connectivity. The smartwatch packs a 260mAh battery that is rated to provide up to 12 days of usage on a single charge.
Other Realme S series smartwatches that are currently available for purchase in India include the Realme Watch S and Realme Watch S Pro, which were launched back in December 2020.
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