Realme Watch, the company’s first smartwatch launched in India for ₹3,999 ($52)


In its bid to become a lifestyle tech brand from a smartphone company, OPPO-backed Realme has today launched its first smartwatch — Realme Watch. The company had already teased some features of the device and today everything about this new wearable from Realme has been revealed.

In terms of design, as we said earlier, the watch seems very much similar to the OPPO Watch that was recently launched. From the first look itself, it’s clear that the Apple Watch is the design inspiration for the device.

The smartwatch comes with a 1.4-inch Touchscreen display with 2.5D curved Gorilla Glass 3 protection on top, 320 x 320 pixels screen resolution, 323 PPI pixel density, and 380 nits brightness.

Initially, the product comes pre-installed with 12 watch faces but the company adds that it will be adding more than 100 more watch faces later through over-the-air (OTA) update. However, there’s no timeline provided for this.

It comes with 24/7 Health Assistant, which includes real-time heart rate monitor, blood oxygen level monitor (SpO2), and 14 sports modes. The sports modes include Football, Basketball, Table Tennis, Bike, Spinning, Elliptical, Yoga, Cricket, Running, Walking, Treadmill, Badminton, Aerobic Capacity, and Fitness.

There’s also Step Tracker, Idle Alert, Meditation, Water Drinking Reminder, and Sleep Monitor. The device can be connected to the smartphones using Realme Link app which will enable calls and message notifications as well as smart notifications from several other third-party applications.

The smartwatch can also be used to control music, unlock smartphone, as well as to control smartphone’s camera functions. The device is IP68 rated, making it water and dust resistant.

The Realme Watch comes in four strap colors — Black, Red, Blue, and Green. It is priced at ₹3,999 (approximately $52) and will be up for purchase via and Flipkart. The device will be available with Black strap from 5th June and will soon be available for purchase through offline retailers across the country.