Realme WatchAlong with the Realme Band in the wearables space, the Realme Watch takes the experience further. It comes with a 1.4-inch TFT LCD screen with touch support, as well as a heart-rate sensor for real time monitoring. The display is 2.5D curved and has Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. The IP68 protection adds to that making it a durable choice. It also has a blood oxygen sensor and the ability to track 14 different types of activities. It is priced at Rs 3,999.
Realme Smart TVTwo models of the Realme Smart TV have been launched – 32 inch HD-Ready and 43-inch Full HD. The TV’s are powered by MediaTek MSD6683 chipset with 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage. The quad-core processor offers support for HDR10 decoding and HLG standards. In the sound department it packs four 24W speakers, tuned by Dolby Audio. With Android TV certifications, popular streaming apps also come pre-installed. The 32-inch model is priced at ₹12,999 while the 43-inch will be up for grabs at Rs 21,999.
Realme Buds Air NeoAs a more affordable successor to the Realme Buds Air, the first thing that the Buds Air Neo compromises on is the wireless charging capability. In addition to that, it has micro-USB charging instead of USB-C as on the Buds air. It also lacks the optical sensors that allow automatic detection of usage, which is present in the Buds air, as well as any form of noise cancellation. The rest of the specifications are identical between the two.
Realme Power Bank 2The second generation of the Realme Power Bank features a few differences and a lower price point than the original. It comes with support for 18W quick charge with dual USB Type-A and Type-C ports making it compatible with Power Delivery protocol. The new power bank also comes bundled with a two-in-one charging cable that has a micro USB port and Type-C connector for recharging the battery.
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