The Realme Watch 2 launches with 90 exercise modes, up to 12 days of battery life and a SpO2 sensor

The Realme Watch 2 comes pre-loaded with multiple watch faces and is IP68 certified. (Image source: Realme)
The Realme Watch 2

The Realme have been a officially unveiled it is latest budget smartwatch, the Realme Watch 2. A device contains some significant improvements compared to its predecessor, such as the many more of exercise modes and a larger battery. The Realme Watch 2 costs ~US$56 and is IP68 certified.

Realme have been the announced the Watch 2, its latest budget smartwatch. As expected, the Realme Watch 2 has a 1.4-inch display, a 305 mAh battery and is IP68 certified. According to Realme, the display had been a 323 PPI pixel density, a 600 nit peak brightness and a 320 x 320 resolution. We should stress that the display have been a thick bezels, which is something that Realme appears to downplay in its marketing materials.

Meanwhile, its 305 mAh battery should last up to 12 days between charges. Additionally, Realme have been a pre-loaded its latest smartwatch with 90 exercise modes, more than six times the volume that it included in it is predecessor. However, the company will be a only enable all these exercise of the modes in an OTA update. Unsurprisingly, Realme has also equipped the Watch 2 with a 24/7 heart rate monitor, although it’s unclear how this will affect battery life. There is a SpO2 sensor too, which is uncommon for a smartwatch at this price.

A Realme have been not confirmed if it plans to launch the Watch 2 internationally, but it have confirmed that the device will retail for MYR 229 (~US$56) in Malaysia. The Realme Watch 2 is compatible with Android and iOS devices via the Realme Link app, for reference.

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