The Watch 3 is a fairly large watch with a 47mm body. Although the body is slightly larger than the larger version of the 46 mm Vivo Watch, the larger bezel has reduced the screen size from 1.39 to 1.3 inches. There is also a difference in thickness, and the 12mm is smarter than its more advanced cousin by 1.4mm. The Realme Watch S weighs 48 grams.
The body of this watch is made of aluminum alloy and the screen is protected by a cover made of Gorilla Glass (not announced version but apparently Gorilla Glass 3). The 22 mm strap of this model is also made of silicone and is available in four colors including black, blue, orange and green. The body of this watch with IP68 standard which resistant to water penetration (up to a depth of 1.5 meters for 30 minutes) and dust.
The circular display of this model is a 1.3-inch with a resolution of 360 × 360 pixels, which, although on paper, is one tenth of an inch smaller than the Realme Watch, but now it has a higher resolution and a pixel density of 278 pixels per inch also looks interesting. The manufacturer did not mention the technology of making this watch, so you should probably not expect to see an OLED panel in this model, and as before, it is equipped with an LCD screen. This screen is thus lower than the 1.39-inch Vivo Watch OLED screen with a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels. Dark theme and auto-brightness are two other related factors associated with this watch.
The Realme Watch S comes as expected with the company’s proprietary user interface and supports the basic and common features expected in a smartwatch, including tracking sports activities and providing medical and health statistics. The number of supported sports activities in this hour reaches 16, which includes cycling and running indoors and outdoors, walking, aerobics, stationary cycling, football, basketball, yoga and even cricket and rowing. There are also more than 100 background images or watches for this watch, but apparently not all of them are available at the time of unveiling the device.
The health sensors in this smartwatch also include a heart rate sensor and a blood oxygen meter or SpO2, which is an important indicator, especially in the days of a pandemic crisis, although such measurements may be compared to fault-approved medical devices.This watch also has the ability to follow the sleep process of users and, as expected, in addition to announcing various programs, also offers the ability to control the music being played and reject calls made to the phone. The possibility of taking photos with the phone’s camera through this watch is also considered.
One of the most important changes in the structure of this smartwatch is its battery, which has now increased from only 160 mAh in Realme Watch to 390mAh, and the manufacturer has talked about its 15-day stand-by mode. In the list of communication options of this watch, only Bluetooth 5 is mentioned and not only WiFi which does not support NFC.