A few weeks ago Realme launched the Realme Watch S, its circular clock. Not long after, the firm announced that a Pro version would arrive with certain improvements, and, indeed, this has been the case. The Realme Watch S Pro is now official in India and its key differences from the standard model are not exactly minor.
For practical purposes, the watch is almost identical on the exterior to its predecessor. However, Realme has improved its display technology by dropping the LCD panel and opting for an AMOLED panel. There are also better in terms of sensors and materials. Its price is 9,999 Indian rupees, which at the exchange rate is about $135.53
Realme Watch S Pro Features
|Realme Watch S Pro|
|Dimensions and weight||Unknown|
22 millimeter strap
|OS||Customized by Realme|
Typical duration of 14 days
|Additional features||15 sports modes|
SpO2 blood oxygen measurement
monitoring Sleep monitoring
Resistance 5 ATM
Dual core processor
|Price||$135.53 at exchange rate|
Now more premium
Starting with the aesthetic section, the Realme Watch S Pro has a stainless steel case, while the Realme Watch S was made of aluminum. In terms of design, it remains the same, so we found a circular box with two buttons on the side to operate the device. It has a water-resistance of up to 50 meters, a substantial improvement over the Realme Watch S, which was 1.5 meters. This new model is, therefore, suitable for swimming.
The significant improvement also on the display. The Realme Watch S Pro features a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with 454 x 454 pixel resolution (326 pixels per inch). The Realme Watch S has an LCD panel with 3650 x 360 pixel resolution, so it’s a noticeable change. Because it has an AMOLED screen, the watch also has an Always On mode, so we can keep the screen always on.
As far as sensors and components are concerned, the watch has an unspecified “powerful dual-core processor”, heart rate and blood oxygen sensor, and GPS. The previous model did have a heart rate sensor and SpO2, but no GPS, so the implementation of this component is a substantial improvement.
Sleep analysis, water reminders, music, and camera control are maintained. Realme also mentions that compatible IoT devices can be controlled from the clock itself. In terms of sports modes, the clock offers 15 different modes, including running, cricket, yoga, basketball, spinning, and rowing.
Finally, the firm promises that its new smartwatch is capable of holding up to 14 days on a single charge thanks to its 420 mAh battery. In any case, we can say that the theoretical maximum autonomy has been reduced slightly from the previous model, which was capable of reaching 15 days.
Price and Availability of the Realme Watch S Pro
The Realme Watch S Pro has been launched in India and, for now, there is no news about its arrival in Spain. It is available in a single black version that includes a black silicone strap, although other straps (both silicone and vegetable leather) can be purchased separately. Its price is 9,999 rupees, which at the exchange rate is just over $135.53.