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Realme Watch to go on first sale today via Flipkart

Realme launched its first smartwatch in India last week. The new device is set to go on its first sale today. It will be available at 12pm on Flipkart and Realme.com. It will soon be available on offline stores as well.

Realme Watch is priced at Rs 3,999. It boasts of features like 14 sports mode, touch display with Corning Gorilla glass layer and a battery back up of up to 6 days.

Flipkart is giving a couple of offers on the device’s purchase. These include a 10% discount with Axis Bank Buzz credit card and a 5% cashback for the Flipkart Axis Bank credit card holders. No-cost EMI plans for three to twelve months are also available.

Realme smartwatch: Specifications

Realme Watch is equipped with a 1.4-inch touch display with a 320×320 pixel resolution. The display comes with a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 3 on top. The watch is compatible with Android devices running 5.0 and above. It offers Bluetooth 5.0 for wireless connectivity. Users can control the smartwatch with the help of Realme’s Link app.
The all-new watch from Realme comes with 14 different sports modes. These include walking, outdoor running, outdoor cycle, indoor running, aerobic, capacity, strength training, football, table tennis, basketball, badminton, indoor cycle, elliptical, yoga, and cricket. Some of the features of the watch are automated heart rate measurement, sleep detection, steps tracking along with regular water and sedentary reminders. Realme Watch has an IP68 rating which means it is dust-and water-resistant.

Users can receive call notifications, messages, and alarm reminders on the Realme smartwatch and can control music and camera using the wearable. The device measures 36.5×11.8x256mm. It houses a 160 mAh battery which promises to deliver seven days of battery backup on a single charge with heart rate monitor on.

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