realme is one of the brands that has grown the most in Europe, and part of this success is due to the exceptional relationship between quality and price of some of its models. Beyond mobiles, the company wants to take advantage of the attraction and notoriety of its brand to launch new products, such as the realme Watch S Pro.
This is the third smartwatch to hit the market, being the best of the three but perhaps the most difficult to recommend. And why could it be? We explain it to you.
New Realme Watch S Pro: the company’s most advanced
realme has just presented its most advanced watch in India. Its name is Realme Watch S Pro and it just raises the bar for build quality and health sensors compared to its younger sibling.
It’s a watch that leaves aluminum aside to incorporate a stainless steel chassis, a tough and durable material (we’ll have to see if this durability is worth it in software updates). We also have an AMOLED panel, solving the weakest point of the previous model in terms of hardware.
In terms of health and sports, the realme Watch S Pro includes dual GPS and water resistance to 5 atmospheres with the ability to record swimming, among 14 other sports. We also have a heart rate and blood oxygen sensor, one of the features that is coming to more watches lately.
The Realme Watch S Pro was presented in India at a price of Rs 9,999, which is around 111 dollars at the exchange rate. If we consider that it costs twice as much in India as the Realme Watch S (which costs 80 dollars in Europe) we can estimate that this watch would end up reaching around 130-160 dollars.
The realme Watch S has already left us with a terrible feeling of lack of attention to translations, something hard to forgive as prices rise.
Design and spec it’s fine, but the experience we got with realme software was far from competent. When the watch is very cheap it doesn’t seem very important, but as we increase the price and have more competitive options, it loses points compared to alternatives like Huawei, Amazfit or even Samsung, depending on the price at which it reaches Europe.
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