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More realme Watch S Pro details surface online (Updated)

Update: A new leak has yielded even more details ahead of the Indian launch this week.

Published onSeptember 9, 2020

realme Watch S Pro IFA Presentation
  • The realme Watch S Pro has appeared online via the FCC database.
  • The listing shows off more images, as well as a user manual detailing features.

Update: December 21 2020 (8:28 AM ET): A new leak has dished out plenty more details ahead of the realme Watch S Pro’s December 23 launch. Check it out over here.

Original article: September 9 2020 (2:58 AM ET): realme announced a ton of gadgets at IFA 2020, ranging from smartphones to audio accessories. The company also announced wearable in the realme Watch S Pro, showing off a smartwatch that bears a resemblance to Samsung’s Galaxy Watch range.

Now, MySmartPrice has spotted certification images via the FCC website, showing the realme watch from various angles. The images seem to confirm two crowns on the right side of the wearable (with one being a button), as well as the circular watchface we saw before. Check the pictures out below.

The news outlet also spotted a user manual uploaded to the FCC filing, and it confirms a variety of realme Watch S Pro features. In terms of hardware, you’re looking at a 1.39-inch AMOLED screen (454 x 454), a 420mAh battery, an Spo2 sensor, and an optical heart-rate sensor.

The new wearable is also set to launch with features like step/distance/calorie/heart-rate tracking, sleep monitoring, meditation functionality, and camera/music controls.

realme previously confirmed that the Watch S Pro will be launching in Europe in Q4 this year, with no word on pricing or a specific release date. Here’s hoping the company has a far more polished experience to offer than the original realme Watch. Our own Dhruv Bhutani said the previous watch “barely qualifies” as a smartwatch due to unreliable fitness tracking, inconsistent connectivity, and rudimentary notification functionality.

Next: The best smartwatches and fitness trackers launched at IFA 2020