As planned, Realme has just introduced its new smartwatch, the Realme Watch T1, which is part of a totally new series. The T1 is the most advanced model released by the company to date and features a more refined design than the previous models in the family.
The Realme Watch T1 is a circular panel with a generous bezel that surrounds it, although the dials are designed to disguise this physical frame and, having an AMOLED panel, it integrates quite well with said bezel.
This new watch of Realme is cheap, but premium: it has an OLED screen and its case is made of stainless steel
Its case is made of stainless steel , with two physical buttons on the right side. The standard straps come in black, green and a rather striking and sporty yellow. As for the box, it can only be chosen in black.
The Realme Watch T1 is certified to withstand immersion in water up to a pressure of 5 ATM and features a full-touch, 1.3-inch diagonal, full-color circular AMOLED display with a resolution of 416 x 416 pixels. Its 228mAh battery capacity provides up to 15 days of battery life on a single charge. Plus, it includes a fast-charging system that lets you hit 90% in just 35 minutes.
The watch has 110 different sport modes and includes GPS, Bluetooth 5.0, heart rate monitor, and sleep monitor, among others. Moreover, it introduces functions never seen before in a Realme smartwatch, like the possibility of making mobile payments by NFC.
Among the added functions of the Realme Watch T1 are support for making calls with Bluetooth, music playback independently (has 4GB of storage), stopwatch, alarm, barometer, altimeter, flashlight, a remote trigger for the mobile camera, compass, and, of course, keep abreast of all the notifications that come to your mobile.
The Realme Watch T1 has been announced for the moment in China for 699 yuan( around $109), without us knowing if it will go on sale in other regions.
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