Everyone is talking about the Apples, Googles, and Samsungs – but Realme had quite someday as well. In an event earlier today, the Chinese Smartphone manufacturers launched the GT Neo 2T and Q3s smartphones – but something about tech accessories these days, there always is one. Realme also launched its latest wearable in Realme Watch T1.
Realme Watch T1: Full Specifications
Realme took quite some strides with this watch, as many of its features aren’t available in the globally available previously launched Realme watches. Starting from Bluetooth calling 5.0, 4 GB onboard storage, and a contactless payment option. With the storage spec, you can store around five hundred songs on your wrist and connect it with your buds or speakers without your smartphone.
Watch T1 is a stainless steel made wearable with a round AMOLED display that supports 110 sports modes that offer heart rate and blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitoring and you can also track your sleep. The AMOLED display screen is protected by Gorilla Glass as the T1 also supports custom watch faces accompanied by an always-on display (of course, only users preference) at 1.3″ 416×416-pixel resolution that brings 325ppi of pixel density. T1’s display also boasts a 50Hz global refresh rate.
Its 5ATM waterproof feature means this Realme Watch T1 is water-resistant upto 50 meters, so you can shower and swim while connected to the world at your wrist. Further, the 228-Mah endurance battery suggests that this one can go for seven days without charging and the fast charging support means it only takes 35 minutes to get your seven days.
The stainless steel is the frame with straps of leather or silicone (depending on the version your pick). Realme Watch T1 comes in Black, Green, and Black Mint colours – with the last one having the “Dare To Leap” text on its straps. This one looks much similar to the classic green GT Neo 2T colour code.
Realme Watch T1 will set you back CNY699 (~$110) and will be available for pre-orders in Chinese territory from tomorrow. And sales are expected to commence come November.