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Realme Watch S series and Wireless Buds to launch on December 23

Realme Watch S series and Wireless Buds to launch on December 23
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Realme Watch S series and Wireless Buds to launch on December 23

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The Watch S series consists of the recently released Realme Watch S and the Realme Watch S Pro, which has yet to be introduced.

Realme is all set to launch the Watch S series and Buds Air Pro Master Edition in India on December 23rd. The company has featured the new products on social media, as well as on its own website and Flipkart, with product images and key specifications revealed. While the earbuds appear to be a special edition of the Realme Buds Air Pro that was recently released, the Watch S series is a new release for India, after the Realme Watch that was released earlier this year. The Watch S series consists of the recently released Realme Watch S and the Realme Watch S Pro, which has yet to be introduced.




What appears to be Realme's latest 2020 launches, new smartwatches and true wireless earbuds will be unveiled on December 23 at 12:30 p.m., as revealed by a tweet from Realme CEO Madhav Sheth. The product reveal comes through advertisements and marketing posters featuring actor Shraddha Kapoor, who has been a Realme brand ambassador since earlier this year.

Realme Watch S Pro, Watch S Specifications and Features

Also launching on December 23rd is the Realme Watch S series, which includes Realme Watch S and Realme Watch S Pro. The Watch S already launched in November but will arrive in India this month. Meanwhile, the Watch S Pro, which was teased last week, has revealed its key details and specifications on the company's site and in Flipkart teasers.

The new smartwatches feature round displays, and the Realme Watch S Pro has a 1.39-inch round AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 454x454 pixels. The brightness is said to be 450 nits, along with. 1.00,000: 1 contrast ratio. There's also GPS, 5ATM water resistance, heart rate and blood oxygen monitoring, and a battery life of up to 14 days per charge.

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