The CMCO has been holding back most people’s lifestyles, but brands like realme is here to further enrich their lives at home with 5 new realme AIoT products. After the arrival of the realme X3 SuperZoom, we’re now getting the realme Watch, realme Buds Air Neo, realme Buds Q, as well as the realme Powerbank 2.
First announced last month, the realme Watch is a fitness-oriented smartwatch that features a 1.4-inch touch colour display. It has a heart rate monitor, as well as SpO2 sensors onboard. To protect itself from dust and water resistance, the realme Watch has an IP68 certification, and is designed to support 14 different types of sports and workouts.
There is also a slimmer realme Band that will be launched too. This smart band comes with a smaller, more narrow display, and it can only support up to 9 types of sports. Despite its size, it also has a heart rate sensor built-in.
realme Buds Air Neo
Apart from the realme Watch, there are also new pairs of TWS earbuds, which are the realme Buds Air Neo.
The realme Buds Air Neo is the cheaper variant of the original realme Buds Air. The audio drivers are larger at 13mm, previously 12mm, and it will offer up to 17 hours of battery life when used with the charging case. On the buds themselves, they can last for up to 3 hours on a single charge. The Buds Air Neo has Bluetooth 5.0 with 119.2ms latency, letting it have Instant Auto Connection with a realme smartphone. The other differences it has with the standard realme Buds Air is the lack of wireless charging and Environment Noise Cancellation.
realme PowerBank 2
The realme Power Bank 2 features a 10,000mAh capacity and supports 18W two-way fast charging. There is one USB Type-A and one USB Type-C port.
realme will be launching these new AIoT products via a livestream on Facebook, which will be happening on the 11th of June 2020, at 11AM. What are your guesses on their pricing?